BNSC faces budget cuts

Anxious wait: BNSC affiliates are awaiting their budget allocations
Anxious wait: BNSC affiliates are awaiting their budget allocations

Botswana National Sport Commission's (BNSC) budget allocation for the 2023–24 financial year could be reduced from P116 million to P114 million, according to this year's budget estimates.

However, BNSC board chairperson, Marumo Morule said he was not aware of the proposed cuts. “I have not seen that document, where did you get it? I am not aware of that amount.

Let me step into a meeting, I will call you back,” he said, but had not done so at press time. National Sport Associations (NSA) submitted their budget estimates a fortnight ago and the looming cuts will adversely affect activities. Botswana Bowling Association director of bowls, Marea Modutlwa said their proposed budget for the current financial year was P100,000.

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