Property development firm Migaa has teamed up with Kenya’s national rugby union team in a two-year sponsorship agreement worth Ksh15m ($174,419/€133,803).

The South African Football Association has extended its partnership with energy and chemical company Sasol through to 2017.

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has opened the sales process for the next cycle of sponsorship rights to the Champions League, Europa League and Super Cup club competitions.

Mopani Copper Mines and telecommunications company MTN Zambia have signed up as sponsors of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Cup national team tournament in Zambia.

Telecommunications company CVMóvel has agreed to extend its sponsorship deal with the Cape Verde Football Federation (FCF) for an additional three years, from 2013-14 to 2015-16.

English Premier League side Sunderland has unveiled BFS Group as its new principal partner and shirt sponsor from the 2013-14 season.

Europcar South Africa has agreed a deal with the South African Rugby Union to become the official car rental supplier to SARU and its national teams.

Wananchi Group has defended its broadcast deal with Kenyan Premier League club AFC Leopards, stating it does not interfere with the league’s agreement with SuperSport.

Airtel has reached an agreement with the Federation of Uganda Basketball Association to continue its title sponsorship of the FUBA National Basketball League.

The South African Premier League has denied reports that sponsors influenced its decision to block a friendly match between Ajax Cape Town and Liverpool.

Globacom is to become the title sponsor of the Nigerian Professional Football League after reaching an agreement with the League Management Company (LMC) for a three-year deal worth a reported N1.89 billion  (US$11.9 million).

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South African mobile telecommunications company Vodacom has extended its sponsorship of Soweto-based football clubs Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs in a five-year deal