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BFA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BOITEKANELO COLLEGE HELD BASIC FIRST AID TRAINING COURSE

Medical emergencies in football can strike at any time. From common injuries to life-threatening situations such as sudden cardiac arrest, understanding basic first aid can help save lives, today (24 January 2023) Botswana Football Association in partnership with Boitekanelo College organized a basic first aid training course for Debswana First Division South League teams.
 
Among the course participants there was the chairman for Debswana First Division South League Major Thebeetsile Mokgwa, National Executive Committee member Mr. Alec F. Monyake and Mr. Molefhi K. Obenne also the Attachment Coordinator at Boitekanelo College.
 
Speaking during the theory session, Ms Tshegofatso Phaketsane also a lecturer from Emergency Medical Care Department at Boitakanelo College revealed the synopsis of the course focuses on developing an understanding and applying the principles of basic first aid with the focus on sports injuries. She further added that this course provides participants with training on essential first aid skills that could prove vital when faced with a medical emergency.
 
Furthermore, the training course covers the theoretical sessions, discussions demonstrations, and scenarios.

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BOTSWANA MATCH OFFICIALS TO HANDLE TotalEnergies CAF CC 2022/23 IN MALI

 
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has appointed four Batswana referees to officiate the TotalEnergies CAF CC 2022/23 match between AS Real de Bamako of Mali and Young Africans of Tanzania on February 26.
 
Joshua Bondo has been appointed as the main referee, while Mogomotsi and Kitso Sibanda will perform their duties as assistant referees 1 and 2 respectively. Tshepo Mokani has been assigned as the fourth official.
 
BFA would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to its own referees who have been appointed to this role. We are very proud that we are making progress in our football development not only on the field but also in refereeing.
 
Go raise our flag higher.
 

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