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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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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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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