Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Sports

BNOC elects more women into its board

Over the weekend, Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) elected a record number of women as board members at an annual general meeting. During the elective...

From the sandy pitches to national team and now student athlete

It has been a long road from playing in the sandy pitches of Tsabong to being national football player and now a student athlete...

Botswana and Tanzania lock hands in ultimate bat and ball battle

Botswana men’s senior national cricket team will be savouring its chance to beat Tanzania and progress to the next round of the ICC Men’s...

Poor planning, inefficiencies are the results of poor sport performance – Rakgare

Poor planning, collaboration and cooperation are results of poor performances in sport. These words were echoed by Minister of Sport, Youth empowerment and Culture...

Diamond Trading Company Botswana gives women football a sparkle

It has been eight years since Botswana's women football league has had any comprehensive sponsor. Despite marked improvement at both league and national team...

Delight as football returns

‘It is relief to Botswana Football Association (BFA) that football is back”. The words were echoed by BFA secretary General, Goabaone Tayor. The prolonged...

Bridge returns from online to physical play

After the successful introduction and flirtation with online play, Botswana Bridge Federation will now return back to physical matches, as they launch the open pairs...

Botswana scoops silver medal

Botswana finished second at the four nations chess cup tournament last week. Competitors at the online tournament included Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Gold medal...

Time for football to heal

On the eve of the 2021 league season kick off on Friday, Gaborone United (GU) hosted its kit launch. The launch was graced by...

BCA affiliates put Mmetla back on the saddle

For the umpteenth time on Thursday, Botswana Cycling Association (BCA) affiliates saved Mmetla Masire and put him back in the saddle again to lead...