A TRUE BOXING LEGEND : FRANCE MABILETSA

BY:Bakang Raphala France Mabiletsa needs no introduction as he is among the celebrated boxers that ever happened to Botswana and is part of the athletes that flew the flag of this country to higher limits. TALKING POINTS Mabiletsa was a heavyweight contender He won the country`s first medal at 1994 Commonwealth games  Mabiletsa is now Read More

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BOTSWANA BOXING RICH TRADITION OF WINNING AT COMMONWEALTH GAMES

BY: Katlego Mechidi Unlike any other sport code here in Botswana, boxing has a rich tradition of winning medals at the Commonwealth games. TALKING POINTS Botswana made its debut in 1982 at the games Botswana boxing`s success started in 1994 at the commonwealth However, Botswana has gone two consecutive tournaments without glory in Boxing

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KARABO SIBANDA:THE ULTIMATE COMEBACK KID

By Katlego Mechidi Karabo Sibanda’s absence from the track for almost two years left the athletics fraternity with countless questions about his whereabouts. TALKING POINTS Karabo Sibanda`s absence is owed to injuries Special inclusion in the national team was done for Sibanda He is the future of athletics, and the future is now KARABO SIBANDA Read More

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WHO IS THE MAGNIFICENT TEBOGO LETSILE(17)?

By Katlego Mechidi The boy have already set tongues wagging and everyone is really asking themselves about him, but the answer is simple and straight forward, Tebogo Letsile is Botswana athletics rising star holding the track records from a young age. TALKING POINTS He is based in Kanye with Mafika Athletics Club Letsile dominated the Read More

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STANLEY TSHOSANE: THE MAN WHO ACHIEVED THE IMPOSSIBLE

By Katlego Mechidi “Hunter” as affectionately known in the football circle is indeed a virtuous hunter, he surprisingly hunted the joy for Batswana back in the last decade and he is the man who achieved the impossible in Botswana football. For a long time since independence Botswana was well known for being the punching bag Read More

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1. CREAM DELA CREAM – MULTI AFCON WINNERS

By Tawanda Mutasa The Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, is a tournament where African countries compete. All fifty plus nations on the continent qualify to participate. With that much diversity, it is rather surprising only a handful of countries have managed to take the cup. Of the fourteen countries who have carried the cup, half Read More

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