Private sector urged to invest more in women football

Debswana and BRFA renewed their partnership on Saturday PIC: CHAKALISA DUBE
Debswana and BRFA renewed their partnership on Saturday PIC: CHAKALISA DUBE

LETLHAKANE: Private companies have been urged to leverage on the growing popularity of women football in the country as part of growing their respective ventures or brands.

The call was made by the Female Representative in the Botswana Football Association National Executive Committee (BFANEC), Lobito Ncube.

She was among key speakers at a ceremony where Debswana’s Orapa Letlhakane and Damtshaa Mines (OLDM) renewed its sponsorship for the Boteti Regional Football Association (BRFA) women’s league.

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