The Botswana management team at the ongoing IAAF World Championships is culpable for costing Isaac Makwala his starting position in the finals of the men’s 400m finals.
Botswana Football Association (BFA)’s endeavors to develop football from the grassroots received a major boost as DC Tours came on board to sponsor its regional associations.
The new 3 year sponsorship, which is valued at P3 million, was unveiled in a hastily convened launch on the eve of the BFA General Assembly this past Friday.
Botswana Karate Association (BOKA) will finally establish its own women commission to facilitate full participation of women in Karate.
This was revealed by the association Public Relations Officer (PRO) Isaiah Ramontshonyana.
The sponsorships drain at the Botswana Football Association (BFA) continues to grow, with motor dealers Barloworld Motor Botswana being the latest to ditch the local football mother body.
This follows the lapse of a sponsorship agreement between the motor dealer and the BFA which saw Barloworld sponsor the senior national team coach with a vehicle.
An internal strife involving players and factions at Sua Flamingoes is threatening to derail the team ahead of the start of the new season.
The ambitious Sowa Town based Debswana First Division North League (DFDNL) is embroiled in bitter internal battles with two factions fighting over its control.
When Isaac Makwala went to the IAAF World Championships in London a few weeks ago, he could not have envisaged how tortuous his race to the finals would be!
Caught up in a worldwide media furore over the past two days due to some ‘purported’ norovirus illness, saying it has been a whirlwind two days for the Botswana sprinter seems an understatement.
The Botswana Football Association’s (BFA), weekend Annual General Assembly that is expected to update the nation on the progress of football for the past year has some items missing in the agenda.
The Telegraph is informed that the financial report and the CEO report will be some of the things that the 60 delegates that will attend the assembly will not get.
When Botswana men’s 400mx400m relay team competed at the Rio Olympics last year, it was a case of ‘so far yet so near’ as they just lost out on a podium finish.
Having then lost an inform Baboloki Thebe to injury and Nijel Amos struggling with fitness issues after an injury plagued season, the local boys come unstuck in the relay finals.
Ernest Molome has made his long-awaited return to the Mochudi Centre Chiefs fold. Molome was elected unopposed to lead Magosi as a chairman during the team’s elective general assembly this past weekend.
Tributes are flowing in after the passing away of the Re ba bona ha Karate instructor who was based at Tsabong Centre, Boitshepho Nyambe. He passed away on August 2, 2017.
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