NSAs differ on Act review process

Some BNSC affliates feel they should have been invited to a workshop to conduct the review PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Some BNSC affliates feel they should have been invited to a workshop to conduct the review PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

As the discussions around the review of the Botswana National Sport Commission (BNSC) Act gather pace, National Sport Associations (NSA) hold different views on how the process must be done.

Some feel that they should have been invited for a workshop to conduct the review instead of being requested to submit their concerns as individual NSAs, while others agree with the process of submitting comments.

Botswana Cycling Association (BCA) president, Mmetla Masire said NSAs should have been invited for a workshop for discussions instead of being asked to submit their comments as individuals.  “We wonder which comments are going to be kept and which ones are going to be rejected.  The review is long overdue, but the process cannot be done the way it is being conducted,” Masire said. He said the process should be done from two different angles being from the strategic and facilitation.

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