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  • BFA thrusts AFCON revival

    Botswana Football Association (BFA) through its president, MacLean Letshwiti is believed to have staged a more spirited and emotive debate at the on-going Confederation of...

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  • Our Nijel Back to Glory

    Following a year and half frustrated in the dumps, running sensation Nijel Amos has recaptured his glory and is threatening to overhaul the dynamics of...

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  • Chico’s new lease of life

    After lengthy discussions with financially strained Serowe outfit, Miscellaneous Sporting Club, Daniel Chico Nare has all intentions to remain coaching in the elite league. WeekendSport...

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  • Chiefs’ titanic hits iceberg

    Mochudi Centre Chiefs, once a popular outfit, which at its prime signed indomitable players, has lost its magic touch, and has lost its structure and...

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  • Softball national team breaks record

    The national softball team has included a new chapter in sports history after advancing to the playoffs for the first time at the WBSC Men’s...

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  • Sesenyi: BFA’s power broker

    When BFA president MacLean Letshwiti was nominated last year to lead the association in a closely contested battle against charismatic lawyer Tebogo Sebego, not many...

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  • P100K prize money for Extravaganza next year

    The Selebi Phikwe Softball Extravaganza Tournament Director, Daniel Mahupela has announced a P100.OOO prize money for next year when the tournament will be celebrating its...

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  • Dinaletsana trio interest the Aussies

    The just ended spectacular Netball Youth World Cup (NYWC), has left good seeds for Botswana sport. According to BONA VP technical Lerato Thebekgosi, the trio...

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  • Bright’s P60K carrot

    The national team Zebras has not matched the goodwill from Batswana with fitting performances in the recent past. Peter James Butler, an aloof coach, who was...

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  • BFA headline sponsors ready to commit

    The Botswana Premier League (BPL) office is on the verge of concluding negotiations with its long standing partners, Botswana Telecommunication Corporation (BTC) and Mascom Wireless...

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