LAHISA games to attract 2,000 participants

More than 2,000 athletes are expected to take part in the inaugural Local Authorities Health Inter-Sport Association (LAHISA) in Lobatse over weekend.

The teams that will take in the event are Kanye Council, Lobatse, Ramotswa, Tlokweng, Mogoditshane, Palapye, Serowe, Bobonong, Gaborone, Chobe, Jwaneng, Mochudi, Ghanzi, Francistown, Selebi-Phikwe, Sowa, Tutume, Tsabong, Mabutsane, Ngwaketsi Land Board and Tonota.

“The official opening will be held at Lobatse Sports Complex on Saturday. The games will be held across Lobatse.

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