Fifa's six-month takeover of the Confederation of African Football was promised to result in better governance and financial controls. Callum McCarthy investigates whether CAF can be trusted to deliver on those promises without supervision.
A growing number of Chinese-built football stadia have popped up across Africa over the last decade, as a result of strong diplomatic and trade relations between the two regions. But are they just simply a new breed of white elephants? Elisha Chauhan investigates.
Ahmad Ahmad has been restored as president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), as the Madagascan official continues to battle sanctions imposed on…
Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has agreed its first media-rights deal covering nine markets, as it picks up exclusive rights to the Confederation of African Football’s qualifying competition matches f…
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