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Prospects In Deep Waters For WBF All Africa Titles
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PREVIEW   Photo: Ugandan Heavyweight prospect Shafik Kiwanuka, who fights for the WBF All Africa title on November 29 in Kampala. 

Two World Boxing Federation (WBF) All Africa titles will be contested inside the next couple of weeks, as fights are set for Port Elizabeth in South Africa and Kampala, Uganda.

On Saturday November 23 in Port Elizabeth, former amateur stand-out Sanele Magwaza will take on former WBF Intercontinental champion Mfundo Gwayana for the vacant All Africa Flyweight title.

Presented by Aphile Boxing Promotions, local hero Magwaza, 4-0 (2), is in tough early in his career, while Southpaw Gwayana, 21-14-3 (9), is on a mission to prove he has plenty left in the tank to handle the up-start.

Another promising prospect will be thrown in at the deep end on Friday November 29 in Kampala, when Shafik Kiwanuka attempts to capture the vacant All Africa Heavyweight crown against Thamsanqa Dube from Zimbabwe.

Nicknamed “Killing Machine”, Kiwanuka is only 2-0 (2) in the paid ranks, while former Zimbabwe national and WBA Pan Africa titlist Dube enters the fight at 14-3 (8).

The fight is the main event of a show staged by Great Strikers International.

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