South-Africa

SAFA receives welcome boost

2013-11-28 20:03
SAFA House (File)

Johannesburg - The new executive committee of the SA Football Association (SAFA) received a vote of confidence when financial services giant Ernst and Young (EY) teamed up with the sport in Johannesburg on Thursday.

German sportswear company Puma and banking giant Absa withdrew their sponsorship from SAFA in light of match-fixing allegations.

The firm offered SAFA elements of corporate governance, accounting and control methods which would underpin the growth of their partnership, EY would benefit from global exposure at international games.

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