WHY IS BOTSWANA FOOTBALL CONTRACT FEES A SECRET?

BY: Tirelo Mosielele Why are contractual fees a secret in Botswana football? This may seem far-fetched but contracts in Botswana are a topic that needs full intervention from all stakeholders involved in our football; footballers agents, team managers, and the Football Association. TALKING POINTS Tranfer fees make football more exciting for fans It is the Read More

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CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF THE LEGENDARY PIO PAUL(48)

BY: Katlego Mechidi Botswana football and the nation at large are mourning the death of Botswana national under 20 and also Security Systems head coach Keitumetse Pio Paul, aged 48. The legendary gaffer succumbed to covid-19 related complications on the 13th of August at Sir Ketumile Masire Teaching Hospital. Pio Paul as he was affectionately Read More

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RAKGARE LAUNCHES 2021 OLYMPIC DAY CELEBRATIONS

BY: Katlego Mechidi Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sports and Culture Development, Honourable Tumiso Rakgari successfully launched the World Olympic day celebrations for the year 2021 at Lekidi Football Center on May 10. TALKING POINTS Olympic Day is celebrated annually and globally in June 23 This year’s Olympics day celebration challenge include 100, 200, 300 and Read More

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COVID-19:A BLESSING IN DISGUISE FOR A BETTER BOTSWANA FOOTBALL RETURN

BY:Kabelo Seleka On April 2nd 2020,Botswana government took a bold decision to put the entire country on a nation wide lockdown in light of corona virus scare. As a result, it has been over a year now since the last kick of local football was recorded due to COVID-19 health protocol restrictions and football is 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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BOTSWANA SHOULD CELEBRATE LETSHWITI’S CAF WIN

BY:Kabelo Seleka Botswana Football Association(BFA) President Maclean Letshwiti,was this week elected in as CAF executive member at the 43rd CAF General Assembly held in Rabat,Morocco.The election of Botswana football boss Letshwiti comes at a time where Botswana football is at stand still since the outbreak of the coval COVID-19. Lack of football activities in Botswana Read More

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TOP 5 LARGEST STADIUMS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

By: Tawanda Mutasa Southern Africa is a large subset of the continent, containing more than a quarter of African countries. It is therefore shocking to discover the region’s five largest stadia are all focused in three countries. Here they are. FNB STADIUM Named for the First National Bank, the FNB Stadium is Africa and Southern Read More

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MOCHUDI CENTRE CHIEFS POWER STRUGGLE FAR FROM OVER

From being one of the power houses in our local football and once setting a trend by being the only team in our league to win the title unbeaten in 2012, Mochudi Centre Chiefs emulated European giants such as Arsenal in 2004 and Italian ‘The Old Lady,’ Juventus in 2012. TALKING POINTS Centre Chiefs struggle 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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