The Botswana Football Association (BFA) Audit and Compliance Committee is said to have approved the association’s financials. The financials were presented to the committee by BFA external auditors, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) this past Thursday.
Fatigue and rustiness due to lack of activity over the past year may have taken a toll and contributed immensely to BDF VI ladies team’s underwhelming performance at the ongoing 2018 Women’s African Volleyball championships.
A cash windfall in rewards bonuses is looming for Township Rollers players ahead of their much anticipated CAF Champions’ league group stage debut.
Having disposed of the highly ranked Al Merrikh of Sudan in the preliminary round, Rollers did the unthinkable once more as they beat Tanzania’s Young Africans 2 -1 away from home.
Botswana Cricket Association has confirmed that its development program for the Under 13 boy’s Southern league tournament which commenced on the 3rd March is well on track.
Botswana Football Association (BFA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mfolo Mfolo has refuted allegations that the association is playing hardball with the police investigating another fraud case reported this past year.
Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tuelo Serufho is at pains to explain what the country may not be doing right in the fight against doping in sports. Despite concerted efforts by the country’s National Anti Doping Organisation (NADO) to educate athletes on doping, local athletes continue to return negative analytical findings from tests.
In an effort to accommodate more karatekas and promote sufficient Karate trainings and tournaments, Botswana Karate Association (BoKA) will expand their current Karate training hall (Dojo) in Gaborone.
A very hospitable and huge Tanzanian support is expected to throw their weight behind Township Rollers this coming Tuesday when they face off against Young Africans in the first leg of their CAF champions league encounter.
Township Rollers are looking forward to adding another record to the many they already hold when they take on Young Africans of Tanzania in the first leg of the CAF Champions League first round stage this coming Tuesday.
The Botswana Football Association (BFA) will emerge a little wiser from the fraud crisis that has engulfed it, according to its president Maclean Letshwiti.
Following the embezzlement of more than P500 000 from the coffers of the association, Letshwiti said while there is little they could have done to stop the crime, ‘they have learnt a lot from it.’
Botswana’s finest athletes will be television spectators when their rivals compete at the IAAF World indoor championships billed for Birmingham from 1st to 4th March this year.
Botswana Volleyball Federation (BVS)’s long search for a league sponsor may soon be over with the federation said to be on the verge of agreeing a deal with a potential sponsor.
Word reaching Sunday Standard is that negotiations between the volleyball mother body and the unnamed potential sponsor to bring the year-long league drought are at an advanced stage.
Botswana’s pro boxers continued their impressive trajectory as they came out unscathed from the Fox Sports Africa boxing tournament which was held at the Royal Swazi Spa, Swaziland this past Friday.
In what was an impressive outing, Botswana recorded two wins and a draw from the three undercard bouts they fought.
Jwaneng Galaxy coach Zlatko Krompotic is optimistic his men can overturn the 1 – 0 deficit suffered at the hands of Mozambican side Costa Do Sol and progress to the next round of the Total CAF Confederations Cup.
Galaxy, who are making their debut in the continental club championships hosts Costa Do Sol at the National Stadium in Gaborone tomorrow (Wednesday) night.
Botswana Football Association (BFA) has suspended two of its employees on suspicion they had siphoned more than half a million pula from its already drying coffers.
The employees, who are suspected to have been working together, are said to have diverted the alleged funds over a period of eleven months, starting in March last year.
Excitement has reached fever pitch in Sudan as Al Merrikh supporters prepare to rally behind their team ahead of the crucial CAF Champions League preliminary second leg encounter with Township Rollers.
Botswana Football Association (BFA) has appealed to FIFA to postpone the submission of its 2016/17 audited financials to the football world governing body.
According to BFA Second Vice President, Pelotshweu Motlogelwa, the association asked for the postponement in order for the financials to be approved by the BFA Annual General Assembly (AGA) in July later this year.
Botswana Premier League (BPL) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Thabo Ntshinogang says there is a lot that the BPL needs to do if they are to emulate their Premier Soccer League (PSL) counterparts in the neighbouring South Africa.
Fresh from a benchmarking visit from the PSL together with the BPL Board, Ntshinogang said BPL will need to get its act together to build their product.
Botswana women softball senior national team received some free softball lessons as they were humiliated 12 – 0 by the visiting Chukyo University ladies softball team in a friendly match played at the National Diamond, Gaborone this past Friday.
Botswana will be on the lips of the world once again when the world sports recognises excellence at the BT Sports Industry Awards 2018.
This comes as the International Netball Federation (INF)’s social media campaign for the Netball World Youth Cup 2017 made the shortlist for the BT Sports Industry Awards 2018 Social Media Campaign of the Year.