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23rd December, 2016/Africa Orange signs new 8-year partnership with AFCON covering 2017-2024 competitions
Starting with the Total Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Gabon in January 2017,
Orange has extended its sponsorship with the Confédération Africaine de Football
(CAF) to include the 2019 tournament in Cameroon, the 2021 tournament in Ivory
Coast and the 2023 tournament in Guinea.
The eight-year sponsorship also covers the Total U-20 Africa Cup of Nations, the Total
Women Africa Cup of Nations, the Total CAF Champions League and the Total CAF Super Cup
The Total Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) is the biggest football tournament across Africa and the Middle East. Orange has signed a new eight-year contract to be the Official Sponsor and CAF partner, extending a successful sponsorship partnership that dates back to 2008. Bruno Mettling, Deputy CEO of Orange, and CEO of Orange Middle East and Africa, commented:
"Football is the number one passion of our customers in Africa and the Middle East, and we're
delighted that our new partnership will enable us to bring them even closer to the events and things
"These flagship competitions in African football generate an incredible spirit of unity
across communities and people, and Orange is proud to reaffirm its commitment to supporting
football, as we have done for nearly twenty years. Innovations that Orange has developed, like the
Orange Football Club digital platform, are particularly popular in the countries where we operate
and play a vital role in supporting football fans across the region".
18th December, 2016/Nigeria Janus Global Operations sponsors "The Bigger Picture" African anti-poaching project
Janus Global Operations (JGO), an international stability operations company, has become a full sponsor of The Bigger Picture, a United Kingdom-based project to help combat the poaching of African animals.
The Bigger Picture is an anti-poaching project being conducted by wildlife artist Freddy Paske and photographer David MacKay. Paske and Mackay, who both served in the British Army, are using their post-military professions of art and photography, with their newly appointed documentary filmmaker Dieter Deswarte, to spend a month working with a Zambian anti-poaching team in the field.
Through their respective mediums of art, photography and film, they will create an impartial documentary of what life is like on the front line of conservation. If the carnage caused by poaching isn't stopped, says the African Wildlife Foundation, "At current poaching rates, elephants, rhinos and other iconic African wildlife may be gone within our lifetime".
The Bigger Picture project will begin in February 2017 and take a year to complete. During the project, Paske, Mackay, Deswarte will travel to Zambia to visit Kafue, one of Africa's largest national parks, where it will chronicle the poaching problem and the work and dangers faced by Africa's anti-poaching units.
Money raised through the team's artwork, film documentary and donations will go towards keeping those involved in anti-poaching safe through the provision of professional training and equipment.