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Tafic player, Kangangwani, has passed away

It is with great sadness and sorrow that the BFA has received the passing of Tafic SC player Molebatsi Kangangwani who died tragically in a car accident on Independence Day.

The BFA wishes the family of the deceased strength and space to deal with the news, and to send off their son in a respectful manner.

The BFA will work closely with the family and TAfic to see to it that Molebatsi is sent off well. In line with our custom and tradition when a player has passed on, the BFA President-Maclean Letshwiti has instruct immediately a moment of silence at all official football matches around the country, until Molebatsai has been buried.

Further, my office is concerned with the number of players who have passed away in recent months due to various causes particularly car accidents, and the now common coarse of death in sport, heart problems.

The football world needs to look at how to curb these latest developments which have cost football a great deal of talent.

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Veteran Journalist Visit the Under-17 team

Local journalists Anastacia Madondo Sibanda and Portia Mlilo this afternoon paid to the National Under-17 to wish the team well.

The duo encouraged the girls to be proud to represent their families, villages and importantly their country. Sibanda highlighted that the football community will be behind them on Friday and that they must give their very best.

Mrs Mlilo, on the other hand, said she was proud to see young girls from all walks of life representing the country as this was an indication of the diverse nation we have. She reminded them to be very proud of wearing the wearing the national jersey.

Botswana Under 17 women’s National team hosts Morocco on Friday 28th February 2020 at the National Stadium, kick-off is set for 1800hrs

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