Magosi in Muti debt

Dealing in muti to find success on the football pitch has come back to haunt Kgatleng BTC Premiership outfit Mochudi Center Chiefs. This week Magosi hit yet another low when the Francistown High Court instructed debt collectors to seize the club’s property over an outstanding debt in favour of a local sangoma. The intriguing and long running case saw the court ordering garnishee against the club, which means the complainant will be paid in instalments. The already debt riddled Magosi are expected to cough up P87, 000 plus costs of the suit by Francistown High Court Judge, Bengbame Sechele.

22nd November 2017

BFA resuscitates Women’s football

22nd November 2017

The women football league rose from the proverbial ashes this past weekend in Tswapong and Kweneng regions while Gaborone and other regions are expected to begin this week. The women league has been in comatose for months. The resuscitation of the Women’s league gives hope to local players who were left scratching their heads after the Botswana Football Association canned their women structures.

Nare divides Orapa camp

22nd November 2017

The international FIFA break this past weekend has been a stop and pause moment for BTC Premiership Orapa United to introspect on their 2017/18 season campaign. The Ostriches who are currently blowing hot and cold have since parted ways with their longest serving coach Madinda Ndlovu. However, Orapa Vice chairman Nkape said parting of the two parties was not influenced by poor results. “We have had a poor start to the season of course but we did not part ways with the coach based on this issue. We cannot discuss such matters yet,” he said.

BISA Affiliates denounce financial report

22nd November 2017

The newly elected Botswana Integrated Sports Association (BISA) treasurer Tapiwa Kengaletswe is faced with a mammoth task of regaining the trust of BISA member schools. This comes after BISA affiliates disapproved the financial report presentation to them at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Palapye this past weekend. Affiliates argued that the report was not detailed and accused the former treasurer Michael Oreng of not being transparent about BISA’s financial status. The frustrated affiliates who thronged the AGM lashed out arguing they had no knowledge about the sponsorship deals coming into BISA.

Team Molelo goes down in flames

22nd November 2017

After losing the Botswana Integrated Sports Association (BISA) elections this past weekend in Palapye, Eagile Molelo has no intention of ever contesting for BISA elections.

AUSC-R 5 overshadows Bots Games

3rd November 2017

The Minister of Youth Empowerment Sports and Culture Development Thapelo Olopeng this week said the 2017 Botswana Games will be a drill for the upcoming 2018 AUCSR 5 regional show piece. Olopeng was speaking during the launch of the 2017 Botswana Games in Gaborone on Tuesday this week. Addressing members of the media and sports affiliates, Olopeng said the Botswana Games are slated for December and will be part of the preparations for the 2018 African Union Sports Council Region 5 games (AUCSR) games slated for Gaborone.

BISA South zone to award excellence

3rd November 2017

The Botswana Integrated Sports Association (BISA) South Central Zone will this weekend host sports awards ceremony in Gaborone. Announcing the award ceremony to member schools and the media yesterday, the South Zone organiser Joy Kenosi said the awards are meant to appreciate and recognise talent in their zone. Kenosi explained that they saw it necessary to award those athletes who performed beyond expectations this year, saying they want to improve their performances for the better.

TAFIC defence exposed

3rd November 2017

Francistown BTC premiership giants TAFIC FC are working hard to beef up their defence. Having experienced a decent start to the 2016/17 season, the defence is arguably their weakest point having conceded seven times in six games. This week TAFIC assistant coach Elias Chinyemba said his team has been letting in easy goals due to a lax defence. Chinyemba said they have been working hard on their defence ahead of their next encounter.

Police, Sharps in shoot out

3rd November 2017

Perennial mid table outfit Police XI host Sharps Shooting Stars this afternoon at Otse stadium. The game is a must win for both teams having languished in the bottom three of the BTC premiership for some time. Maximum points are necessary for both teams; they are to go for a Christmas break in more desirable positions in the log standings.

Zim giants lampoon TAFIC

26th October 2017

The Chief Executive Officer of Zimbabwean premier league giants Highlanders, this week ridiculed local rivals TAFIC fornot taking their brand seriously. Speaking during a press event for the weekend game between the two teams, Nhlanhla Dube poked fun at TAFIC management for failing to don their team replicas at a press conference in Francistown.

Fencing in anti-climax year finale

26th October 2017

The troubled Botswana Amateur Fencing Society (BAFS) held its national championships in Gaborone this past weekend. The championships marked the end of the tumultuous 2017 calendar for the fairly new sport code. BAFS has had its fair share of controversy this year with a divided committee that spilled over to affect affiliates.

Setshego competes in Spain

26th October 2017

Rising karate star Thabang Setshego departed for the World Karate Championships that are expected to start this week in Spain. However, the sensational Kumite athlete almost missed it following a decision by the Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) not to fund any athlete over 18 years old.

Magosi seek shock upset

26th October 2017

The most enticing game of the BTC Premiership this weekend is arguably between Kgatleng sleeping giants Mochudi Center Chiefs and 2016/17 reigning champions Township Rollers at the National stadium. In recent history, neither form nor the impressive roster from each side has decided the outcome of the match. This is the sort of fixture where the character of players will always lead to spectacular goals being scored and amazing acrobats in the goal line. The 12th man is also a big factor as tempers flare in the stands and errors being severely punished.

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