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  • Zebras get David to Bright prospects in Major way

    In the Bible, David, despite his small physique, defeated the monstrous Goliath. Zebras, one of the under-achieving national teams in Africa, from a country with...

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  • World Champs: local athletes could shine

    As the popularity of athletics in Botswana continues to soar, the upcoming IAAF World Championships billed for August 4 in London could break the ceiling...

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  • CAF guns for Rollers, Orapa

    The two shining examples of commercialization and Professionalism in local football, Township Rollers and Orapa United, have attracted the claws of the Confederation of African...

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  • Stan could return

    Former Zebras gaffer Stanley ‘Hunter’ Tshosane might return for national duty, albeit as Technical Advisor to Botswana Football Association (BFA), as attempts to re-condition the...

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  • 3 names 1 BPL CEO Post

    When the dust settles, three notable football administrators are anticipated to battle it out for the power seat at Botswana Premier League (BPL). The BPL...

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  • SPEDU to revive Phikwe economy through Sport Tourism

    The development of Sport Tourism is envisaged to pump life into the dry economic veins of Selebi Phikwe despite being a comparatively new concept far...

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  • Moyo resurfaces at Tafic

    Premier League rookies Tafic Football Club are reported to have agreed a deal with experienced league coach Maxwell Moyo. The move follows the club’s failure...

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  • BoBA: 2020 Olympics top agenda

    By the time the newly elected Botswana Boxing Association (BoBA) committee was enthroned last Friday, they had already drafted a ‘to do list’ for their...

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  • BSA announces Extravaganza teams

    Botswana Softball Association (BSA) on Tuesday announced the teams that will participate at this this year’s edition of the Selebi Phikwe Softball Extravaganza Tournament. The...

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  • Tumbling Nijel irks BAA

    Botswana Athletics Association (BAA) has conceded that it is perturbed by the performance of Botswana’s most decorated athlete, Nijel Amos, whose prospects of winning a...

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