Power Dynamos arrive South Africa ahead of CAF Champions league; FC MUZA ready for Malabo battle too


Zambia’s envoys in continental football, Power Dynamos, have arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa ahead of their CAF Champions League encounter this weekend.

Power are in Johannesburg where they would play African Stars of Namibia on Saturday in a CAF Champions League preliminary match first leg match.

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The Zambian champions left in two batches, with the first set leaving at 06:30 hours, while the other contingent left Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe Airport at 09:00 hours.

According to a post on Power Dynamos Facebook page, the team have arrived safely.

“We arrived safely,” the post read.

In a related development, Monze outfit, FC MUZA have left for Malabo, Equatorial Guinea where they would play a CAF Confederations Cup encounter against Cano Sport Academy.

According to a post on the club’s official Facebook page, the Elegant Dynamites left Kenneth Kaunda International Airport aboard an Ethiopian Airline flight at 15:10 hours.

The game would be played at Estadio De Malabo in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea on Saturday at 16:00 hours local time.

The return legs of both encounters would be played on August 26, in Zambia.

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