Mogogi Gino Gabonamong has been honored at the Botswana Football Association (BFA) General Assembly held at GICC today. Gino, as he is popularly known has played at the national team levels being the U-17, U-20, U-23 and Senior team. The Mmutlane born star who has since returned home from Bloemfontein Celtics made his Senior National team debut

  • BOKA prepares for Africa championships

    BOKA prepares for Africa championships0

      Botswana Karate Association (BOKA) has sent a team of fourteen players to South Africa for two weeks training camp in preparations for All Africa Games. The championships will be held in Congo Brazzaville beginning of September. Speaking to Voice Sport this week BOKA Public Relations Officer Jerry Ditlhong said the team will participate in

  • Table Tennis Gets Cash Injection

    Table Tennis Gets Cash Injection0

    Master Timbers, a company owned by Chinese man, Yang Xiaoping, this morning sponsored Botswana Table Tennis Association (BTTA) to the tune of P150 000.00. The money is expected to be channeled towards the implementation of the sports’ four year development plan which is aimed at increasing junior atheletes’ international competitiveness through sustainable and progressive programs for the

  • Battle lines drawn

    Battle lines drawn2

      Only a little under two weeks is left before the beMobile season 2015/16 resumes. The league will start with an interesting fixture between 2014/15 runners-up Orapa United and relegation survivors FC Satmos on Friday 7th. The biggest fixture of the week is perhaps Township Rollers against BDF XI on Saturday night at the National

  • Kabelano vibe intensifies

    Kabelano vibe intensifies1

      Officials from the four clubs billed for Barclays Kabelano Charity Cup next weekend have vowed their teams will go all the way to win the coveted charity cup. Rollers Spokesperson, Phempherethe Pheto, whose team are the defending champions is confident Popa will knock out Gunners in what is a repeat of last year’s semi-final.

  • Ndlovu re-surfaces at Orapa United

    Ndlovu re-surfaces at Orapa United0

        He left Township Rollers a disgraced coach with supporters baying for his blood, but Madinda Ndlovu has resurfaced at the league runners-up Orapa United. The former Rollers mentor who suffered abuse from the Blues fans after a trophy less season replaces countryman Man Maxwell Moyo who resigned his post to take up the


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