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Amanda Kagiso
  • Spar brings Women’s Challenge back to life

    The event aims to help charities that assist women and children in need of social care, education, and medical attention with its main beneficiary being the Lady Khama Charity Trust. The race is also held to assist bridge gaps that prevent young...

  • Phikwe to host junior open tourney

    Ascentia Bed and Breakfast are the sponsor of the tournament. Speaking to Mmegi Sport, BTA coach Brighton Keteng said the competition is part of the association's development plan. "These tournaments are very important as they help with...

  • Basketball stays afloat after COVID concerns

    Eight men's and six women's teams are expected to take part in the tournament. The BBA and BOTESSA recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to allow university teams to take part in the league. The move is seen as a way to add more...

  • Engen squash series resuscitated

    The first leg of the series was held earlier this year at the National Squash Centre, breaking a lengthy period of inactivity. The series will run for 12 months. The event has already attracted sponsorship from Engen Botswana and will include...

  • Nawa continues pursuit for excellence rank

    Nawa is part of a team that has Esi Molefe and Nina Sekonopo, who failed to progress in the early rounds. Molefe lost his first round match to Johannes Petrus Van Wijk of South Africa 0-6, 1-6, which ended his journey in the tournament. Sekonopo...

  • Hogs starts off league campaign with a win

    Hogs registered a 17-8 victory against UB Rhinos. Speaking to Sport Monitor after the game, Lees said he was very happy with the performance of his players."We are trying to introduce a new game plan this season and work on the players'...

  • Miss supranatural Botswana launches

    The pageant was contested for by beautiful young women from across Botswana all with the hope to be crowned the first ever queen.The event was organised by young people for young people together with Beauty Hub Academy who were responsible for...

  • Rugby league back after two-year hiatus

    The rugby league was halted in 2020 due to the COVID-19 restrictions, but players will be back to their favourite grounds starting tomorrow. BIUST and BAC North are kick-starting proceedings in Francistown, while in Gaborone, UB Rhinos are up against...

  • Tennis teams fail to progress

    The Under-14 girls' and Under-16 boys' teams finished third, while the Under-14 boys and the Under-16 girls were placed fourth.This means the teams will not be part of the Junior Davis and Billie Jean Cup tournaments, which are scheduled at...

  • Trio excels in golf circuit

    Maru Chokwe, Lone Masalila, and Edwin Madigela have been the stand-out performers thus far. Chokwe, 14, has done well, finishing in the top five in the women's section during the Jwaneng Open.She also represented Botswana at the Africa Junior...

  • Tennis team makes progress at ITF/CAT tourney

    The team is made up of 12 players and two coaches. The Harare tournament serves as a qualifier for the Junior Billie Jean and Davis Cup tournaments to be held in Turkey later this year. The Under-16 girls reached the semi-finals after beating...

  • Vultures find going tough at Africa 7s

    The Vultures finished 12th out of 14 countries, losing two matches and registering one win. Botswana suffered a heavy 52-0 loss against Madagascar before going down 26-7 to Mauritius in an improved show.Their final match saw them defeat Cameroon...

  • Tennis team off to Harare

    The Botswana Tennis Association (BTA) has picked a strong squad that has Naledi Raguin, Mark Nawa, Seabo Saleshando, Elsi Molefhe, Chelsea Changanyuka, Atlang Phatshwane, Ntungamili Raguin, Martin Seetso, and Talinda Sechele.The tournament will run...

  • SVM receives BNSC reduced funding

    During the movement's annual general meeting (AGM) held this past Saturday, it was disclosed that the organisation now gets P250, 000 from the BNSC instead of the initial P500, 000 it has been getting in the past. The movement's leadership...

  • Morgan riding her dream

    Her dream of riding began from the time she was four-years-old and it was almost inevitable that she would grow to love the sport. Her mother, who was also a rider, would go riding when she was expecting Morgan. And the moment the young Morgan learnt...

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