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BFA through the Technical department held a closing ceremony for a goalkeeper coaching course that has been ongoing for the past four days in Jwaneng courtesy of Debswana Mine. In attendance was Her worship the Mayor of Jwaneng Town Hon Olga Ditsie, the BFA CEO Mr Mfolo Mfolo, Ms Letang Mbaakanyi from the office of the Town clerk amongst others.

When welcoming the guests, Her worship the Mayor of Jwaneng town Hon Ditsie closed by advising our coaches to take part in the fight against Gender Based Violence in their respective communities.

“As a woman, I have made it a personal choice that every time I’m given a chance to speak I can not leave the floor without mentioning the 16 days of activism against gender based violence…” she highlighted.

Her worship was also thrilled to notice that there were women amongst the participants, she showed her excitement by showering the ladies with ululations as they received their certificates.



VAR System Will Make Its Debut During The COSAFA Men’s Championship Semis

The referees who will take part in the HOLLYWOODBETS COSAFA Cup 2024 from June 26to July 7 have been put through their paces in recent days. This includes the match officials who will administer the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system.

The VAR system will be used from the semi-final in Gqeberha, but will also serve as a training tool for the entire competition as the officials work with the system behind the scenes at each match to better prepare for the real thing.

In addition, Botswana referee Keabetswe Dintwa will take centre stage at this year’s COSAFA Cup, while Lucky Kegakologetswe will act as assistant referee.

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