The depth of talent, record viewership and fair refereeing made it a tournament that proves African football is starting to thrive.
Why it’s been the most talked-about African football tournament in years: the wins, losses, hosts and bosses.
It’s time to divide TV rights among several broadcasters and not allow a monopoly.
The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) has a serious problem with sexual violence. The military’s chronic and unresolved toxic culture puts the country’s national security at risk.
There was a significant shift towards African football as a business rather than football as development.
A win is possible - but only in 2026 or 2030 and only if African teams get to play more high level internationals more regularly.
The Africa Super League brings big money but a logistical nightmare and a missed opportunity for commercial club development.
The Caf African Player of the Year is named on 21 July – but it’s only one of eight trophies being handed out.
The final in Casablanca puts Caf at a crossroads about host nations and venues for matches.
Creating stability and restoring confidence in the Confederation of African Football will need to be balanced by some complex commercial decisions.
The African football landscape is eager to see if Patrice Motsepe can make a positive mark as its leader. But he faces many challenges in trying to fix African football.
While player transfers offer the chance for financial rewards, the pursuit of career progress takes a toll on footballing families.
Ahmad Ahmad, president of the Confederation of African Football, was considered a shoo-in for a second term. But the entry of South Africa’s Patrice Motsepe has brought new dynamics to the race.
FIFA’s six-month receivership in Africa has left a mark on African football.
The African Cup of Nations is the continent’s premier soccer tournament - but it’s not being broadcast on TV as usual. Behind the blackout is a tale of court rulings and sour deals.
Cameroon being stripped off hosting the Africa Cup of Nations affects its international reputation and is likely to impact the economy.
Ordinary people are being deeply affected by the continued violence tearing apart Cameroon.