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Kabelo Boranabi
  • Overlooking local tourneys backfires

    Dinaledi lost their first six games only to salvage victories in their last two against Tanzania and Zimbabwe. The team finished the nine-team tournament second from the bottom just ahead of Tanzania, who were the only team to leave the competition...

  • Six weeks into season, two coaches bite dust

    On Wednesday, Notwane announced that they have parted ways with the head coach, Oupa Kowa following a string of poor results. Toronto have just won one game and lost five.They have also been knocked out of the Orange FA Cup. The Wednesday’s 3-0...

  • Orange FA Cup hits final stride

    The National Stadium will host the semifinal matches over the weekend in a doubleheader. In the first match scheduled to kick off at 3.45pm, Gaborone United (GU) will take on Jwaneng Galaxy in what promises to be a thrilling encounter. The Reds come...

  • GU Maintain Perfect Start To The Season

    The Reds were eager to maintain their perfect start to the new season while Sechaba were chasing their second win of the league campaign. GU looked comfortable on the ball from the first whistle with an exercise of patience ahead of the final third....

  • Clubs rush to form women’s teams

    This is on the back of continental governing body, CAF’s decision to bar men’s teams that do not have a women's team from participating in both the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederations Cup. CAF president, Patrice Motsepe said teams...

  • Gunners' elusive points hunt continues

    The 30-year-old quit last season citing financial constraints. On his return, Mokoke has told Mmegi Sport that he is aware of the financial struggles at the club but believes he is now more understanding and will do his part on the field. “I have...

  • GU remain unbeaten

    The match had to be delayed by 30 minutes and kicked off at 5pm due to rainy weather conditions. Under wet conditions, it took more than 10 minutes for either side to have a sight at goal. In the 11th minute, defender Fortune Thulare found himself in...

  • Rains Washes Away First Division South Opener

    However the league saw five of the six matches in the opening weekend called off due to rainy weather conditions. Ironically, the elite league authorities had shifted kick off times for the majority of their games this weekend to a later time due to...

  • Boseja is an African champ

    The goalkeeper watched from home as her side, Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies beat Ghana's Hasaacas Ladies 2-0 at the 30 June Stadium on Friday evening, thanks to goals by Chuene Morifi and Andisiwe Mgcoyi. Banana Ba Style became the first ever team to...

  • Bereaved Makwala postpones book launch

    The book titled, ‘The Solo Runner: The Untold Story Of Isaac Makwala’ was authored by former athlete and academic, Tshepang Tshube. It captures Makwala’s journey on the world stage.However, just a few days before the launch, the 35-year-old’s...

  • Stephens out to conquer Roof Of Africa

    The Roof of Africa, to be held from November 24 to 27, 2021, is dubbed one of the toughest enduros in the world as bikers ride through a mountainous terrain of 300km.It is one of the most extreme races in the land as it tests the strength of the...

  • FA Cup delivers the thrills

    The four games lived up to the saying ‘wa bonya wa jewa' (you snooze, you lose), as fans were kept on the edge of their seats. Each of the four games brought a different dimension of cup football and 14 goals were scored making it an average of...

  • ‘Messi’ on course to breach 20-goal mark

    It is a rather dry spell in front of goals early into the season as an average of just over nine goals is scored per round. This gives an average of one goal per match. The strikers are seemingly struggling to find the Midas Touch in front of the...

  • Whistle blows to signal dusty fights

    This Saturday, the first of the 22 DFDS rounds will be played. The weekend will host the first six matches of the 132 encounters to be played for a single automatic qualification position to the elite league while a second-place finish guarantees a...

  • Galaxy Stars Too Bright For Sechaba

    The quarterfinal match played at Lobatse Sports Complex under floodlights on Friday, had all ingredients of a cup tie, seven yellow cards, two dismissals and five goals scored in one half. From the start, the match was entertaining as inside the...

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