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The agreement was signed on 12 February by CAF President Ahmad Ahmad and Egypt’s Minister of Sports and Youth Ashraf Sobhi. It was later approved by Egypt’s Parliament, giving CAF immunities and privileges similar to those granted to international organisations and diplomatic missions.
Moving CAF headquarters from Egypt is ‘absurd rumour’, says Ahmad
Quarter-finals draw expected to be held on 20 March
CAF practices negatively impacted the market and the football fans, says ECA head
The COMESA Competition Commission opened an investigation into the claims of monopoly practices allegedly carried out by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) with regards to the marketing of broadcast rights and the sponsorship of CAF tournaments. The commission found that the CAF entered into an agreement with Lagardère Sports on 12 June 2015 for …
Egypt’s victory over Zimbabwe is a historic first
An Egyptian businessman with close ties to general-turned-president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has submitted a bid for the broadcasting rights of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in a move that is widely seen as an effort to polish the image of Egypt, tarnished by massive abuse of human rights, failing economic policies, and a military …