Mamelodi Sundowns president Dr Patrice Motsepe has listed investment as a leading focus to lead CAF.
As covered here on Futaa last year, Motsepe is a frontrunning candidate to become CAF’s next president.
Motsepe, who is recognized as one of the richest men in Africa, delivered the manifesto in Sandon flanked bySports Minister Nathi Mthethwa and SAFA president Dr Danny Jordaan.
1. Investing in developing and growing football in each African country through sponsorships, private sector and other partners
2. Improving the efficiency and professionalism of CAF's Competitions and its staff
3. Implementing and adhering to governance and auditing global best practices
4. Investing in African football infrastructure
5. Investing in our youth and in the future of African football
6. Developing and growing women's football
7. Protecting the integrity and professionalising referees
8. Establishing Video Assistant Referees (VAR)
9. Statutory reforms
10. Partnerships with FIFA and other Continental governing bodies.