The Confederation of African Football's executive committee has revealed the host cities for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.
Rabat, Marrakech, Agadir and Tangier will host the matches for the 17 January to 7 February tournament.
Morocco's largest city Casablanca will be the "alternative'' or reserve venue.
Caf also said the Libyan Football Federation had submitted cities and venues for approval for its hosting of the 2017 Nations Cup.
Libya was supposed to host the 2013 tournament but allowed South Africa to take over because of the 2011 civil war that ousted late Libya leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Orlando Pirates have confirmed that forward Rudolf Bester has been loaned out to Golden Arrows for the 2013/2014 season.
Bester has struggled with game time since joining Pirates from Maritzburg United in 2011, but he is certain of playing on a regular basis now that he is returning to KwaZulu Natal.
The 30-year-old Bester has expressed his delight at being allowed to leave the club for another PSL team, and says he can’t wait to play for his new team.
“Ultimately I want to be on the football field, doing what I love to do which is playing football. I’m happy to have been granted the permission to join Arrows on loan for the season,” Bester told the Pirates website.
AmaZulu have signed a fourth Namibian player in defender Larry Horaeb who joins the club on a three-year-deal.
The 21 year-old right fullback has joined Craig Rosslee's squad from Namibian side, Ramblers FC.
Horaeb joins countrymen Willem Mwedihanga, who was already at the club last season, as well as new signings Sadney Urikhob and Pinehas Jakob to bring the number of Namibians at the club to four.
Usuthu are busy finalising paperwork to make Zimbabwean goalkeeper Tapuwa Kapini a South African citizen so that he will free up a place for a foreigner in the squad. This explains why Aubrey Mathibe kept goal in the club's win against Orlando Pirates.