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  • Orebonye still optimistic about making a move abroad

    The Gaborone United (GU) lanky young striker Tumisang ‘Teenage’ Orebonye believes he will be plying his trade abroad soon after receiving the Footballers Union Botswana...

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  • Inside BNOC’s 2020 plan

    The Botswana National Olympic Committee’s (BNOC) will work vigorously with athletes, sport associations and the country as a whole to achieve 4 Olympic medals and...

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  • No FA Cup!

    Botswana Football Association’s attempts to launch another football tournament this season hit a snag after Botswana Football Association (BFA) failed to close a sponsorship deal...

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  • Gov’t rescues BFA…

    Government has stepped in to rescue the Botswana Football Association (BFA) by allowing former Township Rollers’ sturdy football administrator, Mfolo Mfolo to take over as...

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  • Notwane face Prisons XI in top of table clash

    With the First Division South league gaining momentum, a tough game is expected when Notwane and Prisons XI battle it out in a top of...

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  • Where is the NWYC report?

    The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the historic Netball World Youth Cup (NWYC) was this week at pains and could not shed light on when...

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  • Top 8 fixtures restructured

    The Botswana Premier League (BPL) and long time partners, Mascom Wireless have amicably agreed to restructure the Top 8 tournament to be played within a...

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  • GU cajoles nomadic Butler

    Controversial Briton coach, Peter Butler might return to Botswana Premier League management with Gaborone United (GU), a little over a month since his dismal performance...

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  • Blame-game ensues over Thebe debacle

    Botswana Athletics Association (BAA) has maintained that due process was followed in attending to Baboloki Thebe’s injury. The 400m runner who was injured last month...

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  • FIFA rep assesses BFA youth league

    Govinden Thondoo, a technical expect at world football governing body, Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), is in the country to discuss intentions of assessing...

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