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The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon seem to be losing their roar and are in danger of losing out on a 2010 Fifa World Cup appearance.
The once powerful west African country props up the Group A standings on one point from two games. The first three in the group are Gabon, Togo and Morocco.
Noticing the slump, Cameroon played an international friendly with Ivory Coast in a bid to regroup but were again on the receiving end, getting beaten 2-1.
This is one of the games that features on the African Soccer Television show's highlights on SABC1 Sport's Laduma programme tomorrow.
The show also features the goalless draw between Angola and Guinea while in the World Cup qualifiers Algeria stretched their lead in Group C to seven points when they beat second- placed Zambia 2-0 away.
League action also continues around the continent with the Zimbabwe Premier League hotting up and the Eagles being shot down by Gunners with a single bullet. In Swaziland's Premier League Mbabane Swallows beat Malanti Chiefs 4-1.
The 2009 Girabola in Angola saw Benfica Luanda humiliating Santos FC 3-0.
George Khunou, the managing director of Royal Bafokeng Sports, talks about the state of the province in the "We Are Ready Campaign" in North West.