‘Freedom’ looms for Seven, Odinga

Breaking free: Tholakele has attracted Sundown's interest. PIC: FARPOST
Breaking free: Tholakele has attracted Sundown's interest. PIC: FARPOST

Mares players, Refilwe 'Seven' Tholakele and Kesegofetse 'Odinga' Mochawe could soon be back on the pitch after their stay in Equatorial Guinea was cut short last year.

The two signed for Equatorial Guinea's Malabo Kings after their impressive displays at the Women's Africa Cup of Nations finals in Morocco last year July. But things did not go according to plan, which saw the duo return prematurely.

During a Botswana Football Association (BFA) press conference this week, the association's general manager, Monnakgotla Mojaki said Tholakele was having trials at South African side, Mamelodi Sundowns, while Gaborone United are running the rule over Mochawe. “I did communicate with Sundowns to ask them about the possibility of having Tholakele and they confirmed that she is training with them. They also said they have engaged the Malabo team with a view of discussing the settlement, kind of buying her out of the contract,” Mojaki said.

Editor's Comment
We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

Stock theft has become rampant and difficult to contain thus keeping the police on their toes as the country is rocked by stock theft cases that are becoming difficult to contain.This form of crime is causing great misery to farmers in Botswana, especially in rural communities that largely depend on agriculture for a living. As stock theft cases escalate, the police say that most of the meat consumed in major towns and villages is from stolen...

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