Safa CEO enrolls in FIFA law course

Tebogo Motlanthe, CEO of Safa. Photo: Supplied


Safa Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tebogo Motlanthe attends the 2nd edition of Fifa Diploma in Football Law in Miami, USA.

The five-course module focuses on dispute resolution, player registration and status, operations of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and updates on the FIFA legal framework.

Thomas Thema from North West University and Mahomed Sidat from CAF Licensing Department are Motlanthe’s classmates.

“It’s a great platform to learn from and is frequented by private lawyers around the world, university professors and members of member associations,” Motlanthe, who is a qualified lawyer, told the site. Safa website.

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“It’s quite interesting and it shows the gap between different continents on issues such as player training compensation and solidarity funds, early dispute resolution mechanisms and the use of management systems. transfers from Fifa.”

The journey started in Zürich, Switzerland, and the next classes will take place in Paraguay in September, then in Egypt in February 2023. Students will return to Zürich for the last classes, with the graduation ceremony to be held in the capital Swiss economy. year. – Safa

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