Author

Kabelo Gadise
  • Internal efforts to resolve BCF wranglings

    Following the recent showdown between Botswana Chess Federation (BCF) President Mooketsi Segaise and his assistant Moses Khutsafalo, it appears intervention of Botswana National Sport Commission would be premature.In an interview this week, Vice...

  • Chess Association plays checkers

    Chaos has ensured the Botswana Chess Federation (BCF) Executive Committee with a recent exchange of suspension letters between incumbent President, Mooketsi Segaisi and his Vice President (Technical) Moses Khutsafalo.This publication is in possession...

  • Myeni dons VTM jersey

    The signing of former Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates superstar, Sifiso Myeni is expected to work wonders for the ambitious Debswana First Division South (DFDS) side in the coming season.Bafana ba dijabane, as the side is known by it’s legion of...

  • Bickerings hamper Magosi progress

    Mochudi Center Chiefs have recently gone through their transformation progress and the have been awarded a certificate of incorporation by the Companies and Intellectual Properties Authority (CIPA).The team has hit the ground running and have...

  • GU's Kgomela hits the ground running

    Gaborone United has appointed former Botswana Football Association (BFA) Technical Director, Benny Kgomela as the head coach on a one-year contract.The former Palapye Swallows coach will help the team traverse the continent and claim its prize in...

  • GU, Systems try Africa

    The journey across the African continent has been thrilling for most local teams lately, with the chase for better results in continental football seemingly possible, Gaborone United and Security Systems will take up the challenge in this...

  • BDF XI coach in Netherlands

    Local gaffer, Letang Kgengwenyane of BDF XI is currently attending a seven day Level 2 coaching course at the Holland Football University in the Netherlands. The course serves as a refresher course for B and A License holders.The coach is attending...

  • Not that bad

    The Botswana Chess Federation (BCF) National Team recently returned from prestigious 44th Chess Olympiad, the tournament was held in Chennai, India.Although the team was not exceptional at the competition, the team Head of Delegation, Tingwane...

  • Darts team uncertain of Namibia trip

    CHESSFollowing Botswana Darts Association (BODA) national team selections last month, which were to be followed by the Region 5 tournament to be hosted in Namibia from 29th August until the 3rd of September, it seems the association has recently hit...

  • Mohutsiwa clinches Algerian move

    North Africa is slowly becoming the new destination for local players as Jwaneng Galaxy midfielder, Gape Mohutsiwa has just signed a 3 year deal with Algerian top division side, Association Sportive Olympique de Chlef.This week, Jwaneng Galaxy FC...

  • Pro wrestling makes local debut

    PRO WRESTLINGBotswana Professional Wrestling President Dr Moagi Sharp says their first ever professional wrestling event hosted in Lobatse was a success for the teething association.The event held at Lobatse junction mall however encountered a few...

  • The next stop is Commonwealth Games

    Local athletes have been very competitive at the Commonwealth Games in recent history and following a below average showing at the World Championships in Oregon, the local runners may be looking to turn things around to win medals at the upcoming...

  • Marathoners face-off in Phikwe

    MARATHONThe Orange Phikwe National Marathon will be staged this weekend after some few years without the exhilarating annual event which was halted by Covid-19 in 2020.This year, the marathon's starts and finishing points will be at the...

  • No money, more problems ...as the wrestling bemoans meagre BNSC funding

    As National Sport Associations (NSA) scramble for a big share of the annual budget pie, there are those who get even smaller shares while others get big chunks from the Botswana National Sport Commission (BNSC).Unfortunately, for those at the bottom...

  • Ponoesele moves to Philippines for Hockey

    Hockey National team player, Tlotla Larona Kgosi Ponoesele will be moving to the Philippines, where he will further his Physiotherapy studies through sponsorship at Manila Adventist University.The 19 year old is optimistic that this move will open...

arrow up