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  • BAA in P300k debt

    Botswana Athletics Association (BAA) is in yet another financial fix-as pressure mounts on them to produce athletes’ funds belonging to the men and women’s 4X400m...

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  • Consultant sues BFA

    Asinamona Investments (PTY) Ltd, a consultancy company based in South Africa has dragged Botswana Football Association (BFA) to the High Court of Botswana seeking payments...

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  • ‘The Blues’ break barriers but…

    The records in the first opening 8 games previously set by Police XI and Mochudi Centre Chiefs have been broken by determined Township Rollers in...

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  • Ndlovu limps as Orapa coach

    Madinda Ndlovu’s tenure as Orapa United head coach might come to an abrupt end should he fail to defend his case in seven days time. WeekendSport...

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  • Mogorosi, Nicola await verdict

    Township Rollers duo, Nicola Kavasovic and injured winger, Joel Mogorosi are waiting pensively for the ruling  after the Botswana Premier League Disciplinary  Committee slapped them...

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  • Chiefs, Mafu in P200k feud

    Former Mochudi Centre Chiefs coach, Bongani Mafu has roped in Football Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ) to assist him recover P 200 000 from his former...

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  • FIFA to rescue Makgantai

    Skillful attacker Onkabetse ‘Major’ Makgantai’s quandary to feature in the BTC Premiership’s 2017/18 campaign is about to put to bed as the matter is now...

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  • TV deal: From P21 million to nix

    The 2018/19 football season will be a hard route to traverse for Botswana’s premier league teams, particularly that the broadcast deal between the Botswana Football...

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  • Madinda faces player revolt

    Award winning Orapa United head Coach, Madinda Ndlovu is reported to be battling players’ revolt from his expensively assembled team, a move that risks his...

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  • BAA’s half a million debt

    Axed Botswana Athletics Association (BAA) Administration Officer, Holiday Matibini has yet again dragged State President Ian Khama’s ministry into his affairs with BAA. This time,...

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