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Kabelo Boranabi
  • Osi-Moses celebrated in Clash Of Titans

    This year marks five years since Osi-Moses departed from this world at the age of 37. She was the founding member of Smash Maniacs Table Tennis Club and a long serving member of the national team and had transitioned to coaching. Over the weekend,...

  • We are going up - Chiefs coach

    With the win, Chiefs moved to just two points off the summit of the log. Black Forest, who led the log before the weekend’s round of games, were beaten by Taung Young Strikers away from home while Holy Ghost, in second place before the weekend,...

  • Kabza De Small's One Man Show lives up to hype

    The ‘Yanos’, as Amapiano enthusiasts are casually referred to, had been thrown into some level of excitement after the organisers announced that the ‘King of Amapiano’ would play a four-hour set, a record, by any local or international disk...

  • Masitaoka dent Rollers' title charge

    Swere struck with a minute left to full time as Masitaoka applied brakes to Rollers’ charge for the league championship in a game played under floodlights at the National Stadium.The tie got off to some high speed with Rollers dominating the first...

  • Branch back on track

    He finished 13th at the Abu Dhabi Challenge last week, the second round of the championship. Branch was making his debut with the Hero Motorsports Rally team at the weeklong race in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).The biker had not had the best of...

  • Maloka cautiously in sight of glory

    The Moshupa Spinners player ended the first round at the top of the Super League log standings, as he is unbeaten in the seven games played. Maloka has won a chart-topping 28 sets whilst he lost only six as he has accumulated 14 points. The player...

  • Foreign strikers elbowed in top goalscorers' race

    Just over a decade ago, Zimbabwean striker, Terrence Mandaza took the local league by storm. The former Township Rollers’ striker bagged a record 31 league goals in the 2009-2010 season. A season earlier, fellow Zimbabwean, Master Masitara had...

  • Free entrance for Junior Mares World Cup qualifier

    The Under-17s will host Tanzania at the Obed Itani Chilume Stadium for the second leg of the 2022 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. The home girls are heavily trailing after losing 7-0 in Tanzania a week ago.Speaking at a press conference...

  • Mogaladi sees light despite debut defeat

    The Zebras legend was making his coaching debut against BDF XI and led his side to a 3-1 loss.He was only announced as Masitaoka new head coach on Wednesday just two days before making his coaching debut with the team. It took just three minutes for...

  • Joy as Chiefs remain unbeaten at ancestral home

    Magosi have now made it two wins out of two games since returning to their ancestral ground, Riverplate for the first time in 25 years. The win increases Chiefs' chances of sneaking into the promotional places and to put the cherry on top, it was...

  • Questions over Tanzanians’ age

    The Under-17 were in Tanzania on Sunday for the first leg of the 2022 FIFA Under-17 World Cup first round of qualifiers. The Junior Mares let in seven goals without a reply in a match played at the Amaan Stadium in the Tanzanian coastal town,...

  • Race against time to avoid chop

    Mathematically, the entire bottom half of the log teams are not safe from the chop. However, the battle appears intensified from 12th-placed Prisons XI to rock bottom Mahalapye Railway Highlanders.The two teams who have been in and around the...

  • Digital motorsport hits Botswana

    The Star Rally is available digitally with the competition on computerised simulations that replicate real-life racing. The Star Rally has been popular across the world and it is starting to gain some popularity in the Middle East and Africa...

  • Wanderers on a cold streak

    The weekend’s loss is a fourth in consecutive. Wanderers on Saturday visited Popa looking to escape from the bottom half whilst their opponents are chasing the league leaders.It looked like a tight affair from the start as Segolame Boy tried...

  • Notwane needs four wins to survive- Nthaga

    Nthaga made his Notwane coaching debut yesterday afternoon after making a surprising switch from Mogoditshane Fighters last Thursday. He oversaw his side's 1-1 draw with Extension Gunners in a Botswana Premier League game played at the National...

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