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TSHIRELESO MOTLOGELWA
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  • Badminton inherits P100,000 debt

    This emerged during a press briefing held at the Stay Bridge Golf View Suites recently. BBA president, Moses Macheke said badminton has been in a bad state in recent years.He said the code has remained stagnant compared to other codes such as...

  • Regions present headaches for BFA

    This comes after the Gantsi Region Football Association (GRFA) was suspended following the improper registration of players. The Tswapong Region Football Association (TRFA) playoffs also faced challenges.Mfolo said the TRFA had decided to create two...

  • Former Banyana star to launch book in Gaborone

    Modise, who enjoyed a stellar career with the South Africa women's team, will be at Ba Isago University to launch the book, courtesy of Staunch Sports Management and Footballers Union of Botswana (FUB)."This is a continuation of the launch...

  • BAA hosts last Field, Track event

    The competition was held to give local athletes an opportunity to redeem themselves. The likes of Baboloki Thebe, and Bernard Olesitse were some of the athletes who were looking forward to qualifying for the upcoming Commonwealth Games, World...

  • Local models showcase talents

    The festivals are organised to celebrate local arts.The fashion show on Friday consisted of contestants from the southern part of the country.“These arts festivals are part of the presidential competitions that are now transitioning to art national...

  • Notwane press ahead with Gunners matter

    Notwane argue Gunners were not supposed to register players after a FIFA ban following unpaid debt to former player, Kudzanani Machazani. Toronto want the league nullified or points deducted from Gunners.In a letter dated June 15, 2022 addressed to...

  • Music lovers celebrate return of 70s, 80s disco

    The last time people got to enjoy the disco music and attended the annual disco nights was back in 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world.People were elated to see that the disco annual event is now back after so many years, as many pulled...

  • Botswana Chefs Association welcomes new members

    Despite being in existence for only a year, the association's membership is currently at 400 people. “The organisation aims to make it easier for chefs in Botswana to be able to act accordingly in the professional world, help them unleash their...

  • ‘Volunteers anchor Red Cross’

    Speaking at a media briefing on Tuesday, he revealed that the past two years have seen the organisation being able to assist over 1.8 million people who were in dire need of assistance from the Red Cross.“The organisation managed to sign the...

  • UB celebrates 40 years

    The UB, which was the first university in the country, was established back in 1982 after Lesotho had just decided to become a National University, breaking away from the University of Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland (UBLS) back in October 20,...

  • Koffi Olomidé to grace Charma Gal concert

    While her fans cannot wait for the day, the cherry on top is that the event will be graced by the legendary Rhumba artist, Koffi Olomidé of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The show was launched Monday afternoon during a press conference. The...

  • Bid deal sealed

    The Minister of Youth, Gender, Sport and Culture, Tumiso Rakgare and her Namibian counterpart, Agnes Tjongarero put pen to paper, signalling the official start of works towards submitting the joint bid.The Botswana and Namibia bid will face...

  • Melody Gospel TV show launches season 4

    The competitions started from way back in Season 1 in 2017, and after their first success, the organisers started hosting the competitions regularly. The Friday launch was graced by dignitaries such as Kgosi Patricia Radipadi from Bontleng, Benjamin...

  • Kunkuru's poetry celebrated

    Tito, popularly known by his stage name Kunkuru, is a young poet. The event was graced by Kgosi Tshomi Seboni from Kumakwane who talked about how the occasion was special.He was delighted to find that the Setswana Cultural event can still pull such a...

  • Khama family hosts memorial service

    Jacqueline Khama or “Jackie” as her friends and family called her lived most her life working at the University of Botswana (UB) for a period of 28 years in the Faculty of Education. After spending most of her working years at the University, she...

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