• Dusty boys go in hard

    Dusty boys go in hard0

      After a rather disappointing debut in the annual Toyota 1000 Desert Race, Dusty Boys are back and mean. The quad bikers group called consisting of Aobakwe Mokobi, Kabelo Mogolodi, Hexah Sebindi and Boineelo Rantau will this year again participate in the quad bikes category at the Botswana 1000 Desert Race in Jwaneng. They say

  • Desert race tie breaker

    Desert race tie breaker0

      The stakes will be high for Special Vehicle category teams locked in stalemate situations at the top of the overall and class championships when they head for the Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1000 Desert Race, round three of the Donaldson Cross Country Championship, from June 26 to 28. The iconic event is the halfway mark

  • On your marks

    On your marks0

      Set, go! The meaning of major games would be redefined when Francistown hosts the fourth edition of Botswana Games slated for 5th to 13th December. Gaborone city hosted the inaugural games in 2007 and proceeded to play host to the next two instalments in 2009 and 2011. Given this rare opportunity to host the

  • BCF strive for excellence

    BCF strive for excellence0

      Botswana Chess Federation (BCF)’s vision is to strive to be the sporting code of excellence through harnessing the intellect of chess athletes. This was said by the federation president Tshenolo Maruatona over the weekend during their Annual General Meeting. The meeting was meant to update the membership on the success and challenges faced by

  • Rollers Appoint New Coach

    Rollers Appoint New Coach3

    Township Rollers has announced the appointment of Mark Harrison as the club’s new coach. Harrison, aged 54, has a UEFA “A” License and a Diploma in Football Management, and has been involved in full time Professional Football for 38 years. Having played for the top level leagues in UK and SA, he has also coached

  • P5.6 Million facelift for F/Town stadium

    P5.6 Million facelift for F/Town stadium0

      The winds of change are finally blowing in the northerly direction and Francistown’s football blues would soon be a thing of the past. The dilapidated old Francistown stadium would be upgraded to an international standard under the FIFA goal project. The mega development which will require a whooping P5.6 million, was announced by Botswana


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