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March 16, 2018 3:00 PM Technical storm brewing at Rollers

Kavazovic was appointed ‘The Blues’ coach at the start of the season on a one-year contract, with an option to extend for a further two years. Mpote was in charge last season, leading Popa to their 14th domestic title. Information reaching Mmegi Sport is that, Kavazovic had intended to bring his assistant. “There is a problem between Nikola and Teenage 152

March 5, 2018 3:26 PM Amponsah’s Strike Keeps Notwane Atop

Notwane came into the game sitting at the top of the log, just a point ahead of Prisons XI. Sechaba had to bag three points to stay atop as their title rivals, Prisons, beat Modipane United 2-0. The Toronto Boys looked threatening early on into the game with flamboyant midfielder, Sthembile Mbque orchestrating the team’s attack. From across on the right 167

March 2, 2018 3:00 PM Depleted Jaguars hunt wounded Rhinos

A lot is at stake as both sides would like to walk away with maximum points. Rhinos lost to BDF Cheetahs while Jaguars are in a buoyant mood after dispatching Botho Ryders 66-5 last weekend. Rhinos gave their all but their fitness was their downfall leading to a narrow 17-14 defeat to Cheetahs. Despite their victory last weekend, Jaguars are however 182

February 27, 2018 8:04 PM Malepa Bolelang's leg amputated after freak accident

The former national team striker reportedly had his leg amputated this afternoon, following the horrific crash. He was out celebrating his birthday in Somerset, Francistown when a car ploughed into him, leaving the 2007 player of the season badly injured. According to Francistown City Greens secretary general, Gift Keaitse, Bolelang attended their encounter 160

February 23, 2018 3:00 PM Jaded Galaxy bow out without a fight

Trailing 0-1 against Mozambican side, Costa do Sol from the first leg, most had belief that the deficit would be overturned on home soil. But instead, it was Galaxy who were backpedalling when the referee separated the two teams at half time after an uninspiring bout. The visitors took the lead midway through the first half, and Galaxy simply failed 158

February 20, 2018 11:04 AM GU crisis deepens as players continue boycott

The team was plunged into crisis following the resignation of chairperson and financier, Rapula Okaile last week. Already the team was swimming in debt, as the players’ salaries are more than two months in arrears. Coach, Rudolfo Zapata told Mmegi Sport this morning that the training session has been cancelled again as players demand their dues. "Effectively 155

February 16, 2018 3:00 PM Crosbie part of strong field for Malotwane race

A challenge track awaits the riders, and Crosbie said he is excited to be back. “I am looking forward to the race especially that it rained. I am also going to be wearing the colours of my new sponsors Peak Yamaha, NS Race Team, USN Botswana and De Vrye Transport,” he said. Crosbie said he is still at recovery stage and will make sure his body retains 176

February 16, 2018 9:41 AM Mogorosi, Msomi suspended for 17 games

Mogorosi, who was returning from suspension was given a heftier suspension of 10 games, which means his season is almost over. He was also slapped with a P10,000 fine to be paid within 14 days. Msomi will be out for seven games and also has to pay a P10,000 fine within 14 days. The two led a furious charge at TAFIC defender, Samuel Phiri who had aggressively 128

February 13, 2018 3:08 PM 20,000 fans targeted for Top 8 final

Local Organising Committee (LOC) chairperson, Modisenyane Moreo said they have upped their target from last season’s 15,000. “Last season we had targeted 15,000 but we exceeded that. This season, if we fail to get 20,000 we will have failed the sponsor,” Moreo said. Francistown Sports Complex has been chosen as the venue for the third season running 97

February 5, 2018 4:00 AM Farmers brace for disaster

The threat is evident in the numbers. By yesterday, 6,131 hectares of crops had been planted by 1,101 farmers across the country. This is in contrast to 384,250 hectares planted last season by 100,250 farmers. While the numbers in the 2016/17 season represented record highs driven by a strong rain season, the scale of the challenge facing farmers this year is unmistakable 132