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  • Premier League: Four early candidates!

    With the Botswana Premier League (BPL) reaching the halfway mark this weekend; four teams have emerged as relegation candidates. It is with certainty that at...

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  • BPL titans’ plan takes a dive

    Gunners’ Dlamini was lined for the post A master plan to kick out Botswana Premier League’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bennett Mamelodi hit the buffers immediately...

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  • BNSC wants to fix BFA

    Botswana Football Association (BFA) is faced with possible investigation from their overseer, Botswana National Sports Council (BNSC). This follows reports of mal-administration and unaccounted funds. Information...

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  • Rasta cloud return to BDF XI

    Letang ‘Rasta’ Kgengwenyane could return to BDF XI this season as head coach. Following the sacking of Elijah Chikwanda, BDF XI top brass has looked...

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  • BNSC fund raising stirs branding wars

    The Botswana National Sports Council’s (BNSC) desperate endeavor to raise money has coerced them not to think twice when the mobile network giant, Mascom, tabled...

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  • BONA set to restore national pride

    Following the disappointing failure to book itself a berth at the Netball World Cup in Australia next year, the senior national netball team is fighting...

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  • Rollers out to rewrite history

    Manqoba Ngwenya For Premier League log leaders, Township Rollers, it seems this season is less about the pursuit of the league title as it is for...

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  • BVF ends an exciting season

    After promising volleyball enthusiasts early this year during the league sponsorship launch that excitement and agony will run parallel this season, Botswana Volleyball Federation (BVF)...

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  • BNOC grappling with debts

    Serufho says AYG is the most expensive The Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) chiefs have revealed that they are grappling with immense challenge of paying back...

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  • BPL reaches all-time low of local strikers

    The opening 12 games of the Botswana Premier League fixtures marked an all-time low in terms of the number of home grown strikers beginning games at...

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