Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama has been named as the Clydesdale Bank Young Player of the Season.
The Kenyan, in his second year with the Scottish champions, failed to win a monthly award in the league this campaign but has been recognised for his consistent performances across the campaign.
Wanyama joins Motherwell boss Stuart McCall and Hibernian's Leigh Griffiths in winning the annual awards, with the latter pair having been named as Manager and Player of the Season respectively.
Also nominated for the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year award, the 21-year-old lost out to Griffiths in the union's prize.
Host Zambia face Mozambique in Cosafa Cup quarterfinals while Bafana Bafana must wait to know their Last 8 opponents from Group A.
Mozambique, Bafana Bafana, Malawi, Angola, hosts Zambia and defending champions Zimbabwe all enjoy byes from the group stage and will enter the competition at the quarterfinal stage.
Zambia will face Mozambique on July 14 in the fourth quarterfinal match in Kabwe following tournament draws made on May 3 in Lusaka.
Bafana will face winner from Group A on July 13 in Lusaka that contains Namibia, Mauritius, Seychelles and guest team from the Cecafa zone, Tanzania.
Levy Mwanawasa Stadium
Bafana Bafana, Angola, champions Zimbabwe and hosts Zambia seeded and on first round byes in the May 3 COSAFA Cup draws.
And CECAFA zone nations Tanzania and Kenya have been invited to take part in this year’s COSAFA Cup to be held in Zambia from July 6-21.
According to Cosafa, Zambia, Bafana, Zimbabwe, Angola, Malawi and Mozambique will all enjoy group stage byes and join the competition in the quarterfinals on July 13 thanks to their FIFA rankings as of April 11, 2013.
Meanwhile, guest teams Tanzania and Kenya are the seeded teams in the group draws.
Eight teams will go into Fridays two group draws for preliminary round matches to be played at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka and Godfrey 'Ucar' Chitalu Stadium in Kabwe.
Ivorian Yaya Toure, South African Steven Pienaar and Kenyan Dennis Oliech were among the African scorers in the top European football leagues at the weekend.
Reigning African Footballer of the Year Toure collected his ninth goal of the season and first since February for deposed English Premier League champions Manchester City with a late thunderbolt in a 2-1 home win over West Ham.
Retired South Africa captain and midfielder Pienaar scored the only goal as Everton edged Fulham while in France Kenya striker Oliech netted in stoppage time to earn struggling Ajaccio a key 2-1 win over Montpellier.
The Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (Cecafa) has confirmed that the once-troubled Darfur region in western Sudan will host the 2013 Cecafa Club Championships next month.
The football body said that Democratic Republic of Congo side St. Eloi Lupopo will take part in the event.
Cecafa Secretary General Nicholas Musonye also told BBC Sport that "a team from Eritrea is yet to confirm".
Musonye said that Darfur is 90% ready to host the event, but for only two of the three groups.
"Two football stadiums in Al Fashir - Al Nuggaa [capacity 15,000] and Al Fashir [45,000] - were of impressive quality and so were hotel accommodations and transport," he said.
Benjamin Moukanjo, Mohammed Rabiu
It was the African Show as Nancy beat Evian TG 3:1 in the French top-flight on Sunday.
All goals in the tie were scored by African players with Cameroon striker Benjamin Moukandjo Bile striking twice to seal the win for Nancy after compatriot Paul Efoulou had opened scoring.
Tunisia striker Saber Khelifa netted the consolation goal for visitors Evian TG. It was his tenth goal of the season.
Khelifa's international team-mate Wahbi Khazri netted his seventh goal of the campaign for Bastia, but it proved only a consolation as visitors Lille stormed back to win the tie 2:1.