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Kafeka and Galeboe Graduates with FIFA Safeguarding in Sport Diploma

The first-ever FIFA Safeguarding Summit has taken place in Zurich – recognising the inaugural group of more than 100 graduates who have successfully completed the two-year FIFA Safeguarding in Sport Diploma; as well as bringing together leaders, survivors, academics, officials and former professional players to share their experiences, knowledge and best practices.
Our Safeguarding officers Ms. Galeboe Gaboeme and Mr Sydne Kafeka were amongst the graduates that graduated with the FIFA Safeguarding in Sport Diploma.
The Summit was organised as FIFA continues its ongoing work and firm commitment through FIFA Guardians to safeguarding and making sure everyone, at every level of football has the right to play it without fear of abuse, harassment or exploitation.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino opened the Summit by delivering a video message to a full auditorium. As part of FIFA’s commitment to raising safeguarding standards in football through the FIFA Guardians programme, the Safeguarding Summit had two key objectives which brought together leading experts from a wide spectrum of organisations from around the world, sports federations, public authorities and the six Confederations.
Congratulations Ms Gale and Mr Kafeka!!!.


Nthoiwa Is the First Local FIFA-Accredited Soccer Agent

Moran Nthoiwa has become the first and only FIFA player’s agent according to FIFA’s new rules in Botswana to be accredited/granted a new FIFA regulations license.
Mr. Nthoiwa has been accepted by the Botswana Football Association (BFA) to sit for the FIFA player’s agent examination. As part of the new FIFA Football Agent Regulations, agents must have a license to practice and this comes after one passes the exam.
We look forward to watching your continued rise to the top of the field. CONGRATULATIONS

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