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Boitumelo Khutsafalo
  • GU ordered to pay Molebatsi P50,000

    “The respondent (GU) is hereby ordered to compensate for salary arrears amounting to P50, 000 as stipulated and calculated from the applicant’s statement of claim, within 30 days of receipt of this order,” the judgment states. The ruling...

  • Fighters, Black Forest bite dust

    While Jwaneng Young Stars were already confirmed as the champions prior to the past weekend’s action, there was a fierce battle for survival at the bottom. Extension Gunners, Notwane, Desert Nxau, Mogoditshane Fighters and Black Forest all went...

  • Relegation axe looms large in the south

    Black Forest are languishing at the root of the league table with 20 points and they take on Notwane at Black Forest Arena.Only a victory can save the home side but there is a worrying statistic about the Mmankgodi-based side. They have been leaking...

  • Chiefs target Play-off after getting points back

    Magosi have now set their eyes to competing for the play-off position in the league.They now move to position four on the log standings with 31 points, six less than Union Flamengo Santos who currently occupy the second spot and three behind City...

  • GU face Galaxy hurdle in title defence

    The Reds are the competition’s most successful club and have bagged the last three editions, solidifying their status as kings of the FA Cup.Head coach, Pontsho Moloi, has been consistent in saying he still feels there is a chance for a double this...

  • Champagne time for Young Stars?

    The log leaders need a victory against Mochudi Centre Chiefs tomorrow to secure their trophy and a first ever promotion to the Botswana Premier League (BPL).Stars will play in front of their home supporters looking for their 15th win of the...

  • Attention turns to relegation

    There are only 12 points to play for, for each team and former Premier League sides, Mogoditshane Fighters, Extension Gunners, and Notwane are all in trouble.Ahead of the start of the season, all three were regarded as favourites for promotion,...

  • Chiefs puzzled by docking of points

    On Wednesday, the committee announced that the Kgatleng giants have been docked four points after failing to remit revenue from gate takings in their last four home games. The decision caused a significant dent to Magosi’s title and promotional...

  • Mamelodi promises to deliver on his interim role

    Mamelodi was confirmed as the new interim CEO until the end of August, replacing Senzo Mbatha whose contract ended recently.“I am happy to be here and thanks to the board for giving me this opportunity. I know what it takes to serve in this...

  • Police XI move out of relegation zone

    The Jungle Kings have now moved from the bottom three and secured position 13 before they take on Gaborone United (GU) this Wednesday. It was Police XI's fourth victory this season out of 19 matches. Before the Matebele encounter, Police XI last...

  • BDF XI miss chances against Flamingoes

    The home side wasted several scoring chances in the first half much to the disappointment of head coach, Louis Setshwane who believes they could have buried the game at that time.Setshwane said they did everything well in the first half, but only...

  • Top four finish still achievable - Tiiso

    However Tiiso said the top four finish is still achievable adding that they will have to work hard in the remaining matches. "We have our targets. Orapa United since its establishment has been finishing on the top four bracket at the end of...

  • We are not aggressive enough - Phiri

    Phiri said they will take each game as it comes, but emphasised the need to start winning matches in order to move up the log standings. He said his players despite having the larger share of possession against Orapa, should have pressed more to...

  • GU, Rollers face tricky FA Cup tests

    GU defeated Prisons XI in the previous round of the competition while Systems beat Masitaoka 2-1 yesterday.After hitting a slump recently in the league, The Reds will be hoping that they do well in the knockout competition. Head coach, Pontsho Moloi,...

  • FUB/CITF sign four-year MoU

    Speaking during the signing ceremony, FUB president, Onalethata Tshekiso said they will continue to enter into partnerships with local institutions because their plan is to empower players through education. “We encourage players to plan for life...

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