• Boy Voted September’s best

    Boy Voted September’s best2

    Township Rollers midfielder Segolame Boy, today received the September bePLAYER of the Month Trophy in Francistown. The exciting winger, who netted four goals in four beMOBILE Premiership games in September, received the most number of votes from fans after thousands cast during the month. The Botswana international cut a relaxed figure when he was handed

  • Sedimo New BNSC CEO

    Sedimo New BNSC CEO4

    Botswana National Sports Commission (BNSC) has appointed Falcon Sedimo as their new Chief Executive Officer. BNSC held a press briefing this morning to announce the changes on their board. In his acceptance speech, Sedimo emphasized the importance of having good relations with the media as they are the driving force for the spread of information. He

  • Exciting cycling national championships lined up

    Exciting cycling national championships lined up0

      The Botswana Cycling Association (BCA) will host its annual national championships for the year 2015. The events shall be held in different places as a way of taking cycling to other venues. For this year the BCA has collaborated with its affiliate 160km members in hosting road race championships and mountain bike championships with

  • KK talks tough

    KK talks tough0

      Security beefed up for Zebras/Eritrea clash *BFA charged P50 000 for pitch invasion Botswana Football Association Chief Executive Officer Kitso Kemoen has sent a warning to football supporters ahead of the Zebras World Cup qualifier against Eritrea on Tuesday night. Speaking at a press conference in Francistown on Tuesday morning Kemoen said his association

  • Debswana committed to sports development

    Debswana committed to sports development0

      Debswana Mining Company Corporate Citizenship Manager Barulaganye Mogotsi said their company is committed to sport development. Mogotsi was speaking during the Botswana Chess Federation (BCF) International Open Chess Championship sponsored by Debswana with P80 000. The five day tournament attracted players from Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa and Malawi. Mwali Chitumbo from Zambia won the

  • Blatter Appeals Against 90-Day Ban- BBC

    Blatter Appeals Against 90-Day Ban- BBC2

    Fifa president Sepp Blatter is appealing against his 90-day ban from football’s world governing body. The 79-year-old Swiss has been suspended from all duties while Fifa’s ethics committee investigates corruption claims against its leader. He was suspended on Thursday along with Secretary General Jerome Valcke and vice-president Michel Platini. Platini will contest the ban “in

  • Turf Luck- GU and Rollers share spoils

    Turf Luck- GU and Rollers share spoils1

    A beMobile Premiership derby fixture between city rivals, Gaborone United and Township Rollers ended with a goalless draw last night at the national stadium. The game started on a high note with both team trying to find an early goal but failed to find the back of the net. Popa striker, Segolame Boy, who scored

  • ECCO eye quick league return

    ECCO eye quick league return0

      ECCO City Greens head coach Texan Phiri has called on his charges to quickly forget about their Sunday’s 6-2 drubbing of Great North Tigers (GNT) and focus on winning their next match. Despite losing some of their key players like Omaatla Kabatho the Francistown club has vowed to keep its house in order to

  • Kenyan’s Fail To Pitch Up For Legends Clash

    Kenyan’s Fail To Pitch Up For Legends Clash0

    The much awaited fixture between Zebras Legends and their Kenyan counterparts has been rearranged, with a select team replacing the visitors who failed to make today’s trip. The game is billed for Maun Sports Complex tonight and organisers have confirmed that it will be played at 1900hrs. Diphetogo Selolwane who is part of the organizing

  • Harrison Is Coach Of The Month

    Harrison Is Coach Of The Month0

    Township Rollers mentor Mark Harrison has emerged victorious as the September Coach of the month. Harrison whose side is at the summit of the log is still to lose a match since taking charge at the Gaborone giants. His side humbled FC Satmos 9-1 on Sunday to signal early intentions of their league ambitions. Harrison

  • Ayuso Wins Mascom Cycle Challenge

    Ayuso Wins Mascom Cycle Challenge0

    Bernardo Ayuso is this year Tsela Riders Mascom Cycle Challenge 100km main race winner. The race was held this morning starting from Airport Junction to Rasesa. The challenge which attracted 205 cyclist was sponsored by Mascom Wireless to the tune of P70 000. The competition was held under 20km, 60km and 100km categories. Ayuso finished

  • Sankoyo 1- Nico 0

    Sankoyo 1- Nico 00

    Thero Setsile’s late goal in the dying minutes of the second half gave Sankoyo Bush Bucks three points in their home game against Nico United. The win saw the visitor’s dejected coach denying media a post match interview and his assistant, Duncan Tshegofatso had to step in. The game started at a slow pace under

  • Women Olympic sevens qualifiers

    Women Olympic sevens qualifiers0

      The women National rugby sevens team will compete at the 2015 Africa Olympic Sevens qualifiers in Johannesburg, South Africa. The team left today (Thursday 24th September) at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport (SSKIA) at 10h00. The two day tournament commence on the 26th and the ladies side would return back home on the

  • Overwhelming support for mother of all tourneys

    Overwhelming support for mother of all tourneys0

      The annual Mother of All Tournaments in Orapa has finally received the attention it craved from the nation’s football leaders. In the tournament’s fifth year anniversary in Orapa last week, president of the Botswana Football Association Tebogo Sebego hailed the tournament as great initiative that needs to be nurtured for the general good of

  • First ever Mascom cycle challenge

    First ever Mascom cycle challenge0

      Mascom wireless will on Sunday the 27th of September hold the first ever cycle challenge in Gaborone. The challenge is geared towards leveraging the cycling sport platform featuring avid, amateur cyclist and public participation with an aim to strengthen the art of healthy living in the country. The cycle challenge also aims to build

  • Botswana international open chess championships

    Botswana international open chess championships0

      Botswana Chess Federation (BCF )will host Botswana International Open Chess Championships from 30th September to the 4th October 2015 at Legae Academy. Botswana International Open is renowned for bringing together the best chess players from across Southern Africa. The BCF has extended invitations to other reputable players from around Africa and have so far

  • Boyo fired

    Boyo fired0

      The silly season has arrived. It has shown its ugly face to Oris ‘Boyo’ Radipotsane who was relieved of his duties as Jwaneng Galaxy FC Head Coach on Wednesday morning after just seven matches in charge. Radipotsane who was also doubling as the senior national team’s assistant coach becomes the first coach to be

  • Chiefs And Gunners Take Fight To Francistown

    Chiefs And Gunners Take Fight To Francistown0

    Officials are anticipating a bumper gate at the new Francistown stadium this evening as beMobile Premiership giants, Extension Gunners and Mochudi Centre Chiefs, renew their rivalry in the second city. Though it may be difficult to beat the record set by the Zebras a fortnight ago, both teams are known for their passionate travelling fans. In

  • Minister Olopeng talks VIP treatment for athletes

    Minister Olopeng talks VIP treatment for athletes0

      The Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture Thapelo Olopeng has vowed to continue giving athletes VIP treatment whenever they leave or return from competitions. The Minister said that Botswana athletes are celebrated accordingly so that they too fill their efforts are being recognized by government and other stake holders. Olopeng was speaking during a

  • Jaguars off to the UK

    Jaguars off to the UK0

      Livingstone Kolobeng College Rugby Team off to Swansea in the UK Livingstone Kolobeng College (LKC) held a black tie glittering dinner last Friday to raise funds for their rugby boys’ team to play at the Swansea University in the United Kingdom. The college’s event attracted hundreds of revelers who came out in their numbers


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