Vetting delays BFL CEO appointment

Play-on: The league has proceeded without a CEO since October PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Play-on: The league has proceeded without a CEO since October PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The Botswana Football League (BFL) chairperson, Nicholas Zakhem says vetting of candidates who applied for the vacant Chief Executive Officer (CEO)'s post has delayed recruitment.

The BFL was left without a CEO following the departure of Solomon Ramochotlhwane on October 17.

But three months after Ramochotlhwane's departure, there has been no replacement, with Patrick Motsepe holding fort in the meantime.

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