Tuesday, April 23, 2024

BDP councilor missing in action

Exactly 54 years ago when I was a student at Molefi Secondary School in Mochudi, I interacted very closely with a large population of students at Linchwe II Secondary School, a private school on the other side of the Notwane River. The school had been established in 1968 to cater for students who had otherwise not been absorbed into government schools.  For whatever reason, all of that school’s football players played for the team that I played for, Mochudi Rovers. Similarly, all the school’s football fanatics supported that team. Furthermore, the school’s founder and headmaster, Henderson Tlhoiwe was an official in the team.

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