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CAF ‘A’ Coaching Course Second Edition Begins In Jwaneng

JWANENG: The Confederation of African Football Associations (CAF) coaching license ‘A’ started on Monday, August 21, in Jwaneng.

For the second edition, 23 participants from five countries were admitted: thirteen Batswana, three Zimbabweans, four South Africans and one Namibian, who are currently completing the first phase of the course, which will take full 8 days of theory and practical’s.

FIFA’s technical Consultant, Mr. Serame Letsoaka from South Africa, is the main instructor for the course. The technical director of the Botswana Football Association, Tshepo Mphukuthi, Ditiro Motshegare and Morake Lengwadibe will work closely with Letsoaka.


Intermediate Referees Course Concludes Today

GABORONE: Botswana Football Association (BFA) through its technical department (Referees Department) held an Intermediate Referees Course closing ceremony. The course commenced on the 18th of March and ended today (22 March 2024).

A total of 37 participants from 9 regions took part in the course. The aim of the course is to bring regional referees up to the national level (first division).

The course was specifically organized for match officials from the southern and western blocks and was led by two local instructors, technical instructor Dintwa Dintwa and physical instructor Arone Masilo.

Congratulations to all the referees who successfully completed the Course!  It’s great to see the dedication and passion for football officiating in Botswana.

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