Sexwale’s opaque and controversial business dealings, particularly on our continent, raise obvious questions about whether he has the right profile.
Anti-apartheid stalwart and controversial businessperson Tokyo Sexwale is bidding to replace Sepp Blatter to become the first African FIFA president.
Co-operation from Swiss authorities has resulted in new evidence emerging about Fifa activities, Loretta Lynch said at a press conference in Zurich.
Russian President Vladimir Putin believes Sepp Blatter is not only innocent, but deserves a Nobel prize for his stewardship of Fifa.
Former Fifa executive committee member Chuck Blazer has been found guilty of "many and various acts of misconduct continuously and repeatedly".
Stefaans Brümmer examines the evidence that the South Africa payment to Jack Warner was corrupt.
We sit through the "cringeworthy, self-aggrandising" Fifa-funded film "United Passions", so you won't have to.
Putting money into a football centre, expecting to develop the sport, would have represented a staggering lack of due diligence about its destination.
Five years on, experts weigh up the true value of South Africa hosting the scandal-plagued football World Cup tournament.
While critics step up their call for Sepp Blatter's departure amid a growing scandal, he has no plans to step down before his replacement.
Your interactive map to all the alleged players in Fifa's corruption scandal, from Australia and South Africa to Germany and the Cayman Islands.
The DA's request to have Jordaan and Oliphant answer to a parliamentary sports committee over World Cup bribery allegations has been turned down.
From the bribes to the denials, Sarah Evans rounds up the Fifa corruption scandal.
Peter Alegi, researcher in African football culture offers possible reasons for Africa's loyalty to, and support for, outgoing Fifa boss Sepp Blatter.
Top Fifa official Chuck Blazer has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes to influence both the 1998 and 2010 World Cups.
Sports minister Fikile Mbalula re-iterates that US$10 million was just a donation and did not buy votes for 2010 bid.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has again said neither the government nor the LOC paid any bribes to Fifa officials to secure hosting rights.