November 10 – The Confederation of African Football (CAF) and global sports broadcasting network BeIN Sports are reported to have ended a long-running dispute that came to a head with CAF’s unilateral termination of their $415 million contract in September.
November 2 – Belgian Paul Put has been appointed as the new coach of Uganda, replacing Serbian Micho Sredojevic who was sacked in September. Germany’s Torsten Frank will take charge of neighbouring Rwanda.
October 27 – Wadi Al Jari, the president of the Tunisian Football Federation (FTF), has been arrested on suspicion of financial corruption.
October 20 – CAF president Patrice Motsepe has vowed that the African Football League (AFL) that kicks off on Friday in Tanzania will be a game changer for African football, but failed to explain where the prize money comes from.
October 18 – The coach of Zimbabwe’s women’s team is due to appear in court today after being charged with sexual assault.
October 17 – The Confederation of African Football (CAF) is undertaking a week-long inspection visit to host cities for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations as part of final preparations for the Ivory Coast tournament.
October 13 – Jorge Vilda, who led Spain to the Women’s World Cup title before being fired weeks later, has quickly found work again after being appointed coach of Morocco’s women’s national team.
October 13 – Reigning continental champions Senegal have been drawn with powerhouse Cameroon at next year’s Africa Cup of Nations finals with hosts Ivory Coast facing Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Guinea Bissau in Group A.
October 13 – The Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) have signed VISA as the confederations official and exclusive payment partner for CAF Competitions.
October 12 – Visit Saudi has signed up as the main sponsor for the inaugural CAF/FIFA African Football League (AFL) initiative that has struggled to find support within Africa and commercially.
October 10 – The Confederation of African Football (CAF) and Puma have signed an agreement that will see Puma serve as the technical partner of the Africa Cup of Nations, the governing body has announced.
October 6 – The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have partnered with IMG, appointing the sports marketing specialist the global sponsorship agency for the confederation until 2025.
October 2 – CAF has announced that the winners of the African Football League will receive $4 million in prize money, a paltry fee after the promised riches attached to a Super League on the continent.
September 28 – Morocco will host the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations, the Confederation of African Football Confederation (CAF) confirmed on Wednesday. The East African triumvirate of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda will stage the 2027 finals.