Tennis enjoys financial windfall

Affiliates at the Botswana Table Tennis Association (BTA) Elective annual general meeting PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Affiliates at the Botswana Table Tennis Association (BTA) Elective annual general meeting PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

In a contrasting scenario where numerous National Sport Associations (NSA) grapple with financial challenges, the Botswana Tennis Association (BTA) finds itself in a favourable position with a robust financial outlook.

The association presented its 2022 financial report at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) over the weekend in Gaborone. Atang Mokgware, the former BTA director of finance, highlighted the proactive approach taken to secure financial assistance through grants from the International Tennis Federation (ITF), Confederation of African Tennis (CAT), the Botswana National Sport Commission (BNSC), and sponsorships.

Mokgware noted that grants saw an increase in the 2022-2023 financial year compared to the previous year, which experienced a decline due to limited activity.

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