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BFA financials in order

Botswana Football Association (BFA) has recorded a surplus of P 6.7 million this year.

Speaking at the BFA extraordinary general assembly at the weekend, Vice President Pelotshweu Motlogelwa said their financials were in order, unlike last year, where they were operating on a deficit of P2.8 million.

Presenting two budgets for the year 2019/20 and 2020/21, Motlogelwa said for the 2019/20, they had budgeted P44 million, while for the financial year 2020/21, they had budgeted P46 million, while the projected expenditure for 2019/20 was at P23 million and P21 million for 2020/21.

The BFA found it prudent to present the two budgets because every year at their annual general assembly, they had been retrospectively approving budget as the AGM comes in July, while the financial year starts in April.


BFA President meet the Bounce Back Task Force

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) President, Maclean Letshwiti, and the BFA Task Force Team met this morning at Lekidi Football Centre to discuss their Bounce Back Action Plan of moving Botswana football back to competitive football.

The Task Force has been mandated to ensure that the Football fraternity is best placed to make the new-normal part of how football can advance and grow. The Task Force, which has been working with UEFA Assist, under the following Bounceback Action Plan, progress and reporting activity which is safe to undertake during Covid19 and can be carried out at home or by individuals return to competition planning including all necessary protocols, guidelines, regulations and sequencing any communication to be delivered to members & other stakeholders relating to the BFA’s plans in light of Covid19 any medical directives required in light of Covid19.

The task force will Address legal directives required in light of Covid19, look at the affordability of any action plans in light of the BFA financial review such other matters.

The team will in the coming weeks hold virtual meetings and is expected to frequently report on their progress.

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