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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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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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