‘African football is in good hands’

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Patrice Motsepe and Katumbi Tchapwe Moise from DR Congo during the 2021 CAF General Assembly in Rabat. Photo: ©BackpagePix
Patrice Motsepe and Katumbi Tchapwe Moise from DR Congo during the 2021 CAF General Assembly in Rabat. Photo: ©BackpagePix

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Katumbi said African football was in safe hands under the stewardship of the former Mamelodi Sundowns president. Motsepe took over as CAF president on April 22.

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