Sports bodies move to clip BNSC wings

BNSC affliates want more powers
BNSC affliates want more powers

The National Sport Associations (NSA) are moving to clip the Botswana National Sport Commission’s (BNSC) wings, as they deem the secretariat to wield more power than the affiliates.

This comes ahead of the BNSC Act review, which is expected during the next annual general meeting in July. The NSAs feel there is a lot of interference from the Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development, Tshekedi Khama.

Botswana Golf Union (BGU) president, Enoch Mushango expressed concern over Khama’s interference, which renders the Ministry’s permanent secretary ineffective.

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