Badminton inherits P100,000 debt

Way forward: Macheke (in blue) speaking during the press conference PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Way forward: Macheke (in blue) speaking during the press conference PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

The new Botswana Badminton Association (BBA) committee has inherited a P100,000 debt from its predecessors and the office bearers say this will impact activities.

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 athletics and football. Macheke said his new committee, elected into office last month, looks to turn the situation around.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

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