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BFA announces an Exciting Charter of Developments

The President of Botswana Football Association Mr Maclean Letshwiti shared his vision for the BFA in the upcoming months.

The BFA, under the trusted astute leadership of Mr Maclean Letshwiti, places corporate governance and professionalism at a high premium and therefore we wish to emphasise that the principles of accountability, fairness, responsibility and transparency will be placed at the centre of all projects undertaken by the association. It is therefore also a priority of the association to share our vision.

  • The BFA in conjunction with FIFA (the world governing body of football) has formally reviewed all internal structures and amended the BFA constitution and existing handbooks to ensure FIFA Compliance. The formalising of club licensing is at the core of this project ensuring Good Corporate Governance in line with the FIFA Statutes.
  • It is also of utmost importance for the BFA to ensure that youth development is prioritised. There are exciting projects currently underway that will not only benefit the youth of the country but will also positively influence the quality of football in future generations.
  • For football to grow in Botswana, it is crucial for the BFA to continue on its path of commercialising football. The BFA will ensure that the economic benefits associated with professional football is effectively utilised and benefits all structures under the BFA’s auspices. The BFA is making significant strides in obtaining additional revenue streams and wishes to ensure the footballing fraternity that these funds will be managed by the association in line with Good Corporate Governance.

The future is bright, we need patience and support of all stakeholder to ensure our responsibility as custodians of football in Botswana is achieved…Watch this space for continual updates.

 

 

 

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Zebras to return home today

The Senior National team the Zebras are set to return home today after their goalless draw on matchday one against Zimbabwe. The Zebras who now focus on a date with the current African Champions Algeria will have little time to rest as they face the Desert Foxes on Monday night at the Gaborone National stadium.

Coach Adel and his charges are expected to land in the country at 1900hrs at the Sir Seretse Khama international Airport. The Zebras opponent Algeria, on the other hand, landed in the capital city on Friday night after play a day earlier than the Zebras on Thursday.

Tickets for the Zebras vs Desert Foxes are still on sale at all Shoprite and Ok furniture stores in the country with Grandstand going at P 30.00, Panda stand going at P20.00 and North and South stands going for P10.00

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