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Ordinary General Assembly – First Notification

Following the postponement of the Ordinary General Assembly gathering previously scheduled for the 22nd August 2020, the National Executive Committee at its meeting of the 17Th September 2020. exercising its powers in terms of Article 272 of the BFA Constitution has resolved that the 2020 Ordinary General Assembly shall be held on the 10Th October 2020.

The Ordinary General Assembly shall take place through virtual means at the following areas:

  • Jwaneng for structures in the Greater Kgalagadi area and Ganfsi Area;
  •  Gaborone for structures within the greater Gaborone Area:
  • Palapye for structures within the greater Palapye and Selebi Phikvve Area:
  • Francistown for structures within the greater Francistown. Boteti, Maun and Chobe Area.

The agenda and any other relevant documentation will be sent in due course in compliance with Article 27.3 of the BFA Constitution.

Alt matters pertaining to the elections shall be communicated through the office of the Electoral Committee.

Thank you.

All correspondence to the Chief Executive Officer

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Preparations going accordingly

Zebras assistant coach Keitumetse Paul says Batswana should not be bothered by Zambia and support their team at this point in time. Paul said the technical team had to strategize on how they will get the team in the shape that is needed ahead of the AFCON qualifier.

Paul, who is also the national under 20 head coach, said he was currently taking charge of the Zebras in the absence of head-coach Adel Amrouche. Amrouche is set to return from Belgium this Friday. Paul highlighted that the head-coach is very much in charge of the team as he gives direction on training session, and is consulted on daily progress.

Paul highlighted the importance of supporting the Zebras. He said the Zebras have the heart and they are fearless as they continue to prepare for Novembers international games.

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