Training will be done at Tshimologo farm along old Matsiloje road, 5 km away from town.
Sensei Eileen Albert of The International Shotokan Karate Federation (ISKF) of Botswana told Voice Sport that they are expecting about eight participants locally and a few others from neighbouring countries. She said the training is open to ISKF members and any interested karatekas.
“The classes will be conducted by Sensei San Pillay (7Dan ISKF). There will be classes for juniors and seniors in the form of Kihon (basic), Kata (forms) and Kumite (arranged sparring),” said Eileen Albert.
She further said the camp will give karatekas who are unable to go to South Africa and America a chance to experience Shotakan Karate at world class level.
Meanwhile Shotokan Federation is set to affiliate with Botswana Karate Association after submission of all required documents.
Albert also said they need to register more members and clubs so that it can be easy to affiliate and this camp will help them to recruit.
She said they are expecting participants from Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.