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Mqondisi Dube

Gaborone, Botswana
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About Mqondisi
Mqondisi Dube is a seasoned journalist based in Gaborone, South-East, Botswana, with a specialized focus on political and sports reporting across the African continent. His work has brought critical regional issues to the forefront, including in-depth coverage of significant meetings such as the Southern African Development Double Troika. Dube's reporting often delves into the complexities of political instability, with a particular emphasis on the situations in Lesotho and Zimbabwe, providing nuanced insights into the challenges and developments within these nations.

In the realm of sports journalism, Dube has demonstrated a sharp eye for the intricacies of FIFA politics. His investigative reporting scrutinized the presidential campaign of Tokyo Sexwale, offering a critical analysis of the electoral processes and power dynamics at play within the international football organization. Furthermore, Dube has closely followed the career of Nijel Amos, a prominent Botswanan athlete, chronicling his journey and accomplishments in major international competitions such as the World Championships and the Olympics. Through his reporting, Dube has highlighted the significance of sports figures like Amos in representing Botswana on the global stage and has contributed to the broader narrative of African athletes in the world of sports.
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North and South: A tale of two divisions

30 Mar 2024  |  mmegi.bw
The Debswana First Division South and North divisions feature teams with contrasting backgrounds, with the North division having mostly rookies and only three teams with Premier League experience: Motlakase Power Dynamos, Sankoyo Bush Bucks, and BR Highlanders. The recent promotion of Nico United and TAFIC has left the First Division North lighter on experienced teams. The leading trio in the promotion race are separated by just two points, with a familiar face likely to return to the Premier League from the First Division North. Motlakase is noted for reaching the final of the 2011 Coca-Cola Cup, the closest any of the 12 FDN teams have come to winning a major trophy.

Communities petition British High Commission over hunting bill

12 Mar 2024  |  mmegi.bw
Botswana communities, represented by the Ngamiland Council of Non-Governmental Organisations and the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust, petitioned the British High Commission against a proposed UK bill banning trophy hunting imports. They argue that trophy hunting is crucial for their livelihood and conservation efforts, and a ban could increase poaching and human-wildlife conflicts.

BFL saga: Eyes on the ball

15 Jan 2024  |  mmegi.bw
The Botswana Football League (BFL) is currently embroiled in a contentious battle for control, with both sides claiming victory and football suffering as a result of halted action. The conflict is marked by a disregard for the rules of engagement, drawing a comparison to the lack of adherence to the Geneva Convention in warfare.

I am still in charge- Zakhem

13 Jan 2024  |  Mmegi Online
Zakhem was ousted from the Botswana Football League board following a meeting in Palapye with the approval of the majority of Premier League clubs. He was also suspended as a BFL shareholder and removed from a subsequent Botswana Football Association meeting aimed at resolving the situation.

Sexwale in Africa: who betrayed who?

19 Feb 2016  |  Mmegi Online
The article discusses the response to Tokyo Sexwale's campaign for the FIFA presidency, highlighting the lack of enthusiasm from his home continent, Africa. As FIFA prepares for the presidential vote on February 26 to elect a successor to Sepp Blatter, there is a sense of disappointment in Sexwale's campaign, which critics have deemed complacent. The continent had high hopes for a strong campaign, but it appears to have been lackluster, raising questions about Sexwale's ability to secure the position and the support he has from his fellow Africans.

The stumble that stunned a nation

25 Aug 2015  |  Mmegi Online
The article discusses the expectations placed on Nijel Amos, a prominent athlete from Botswana, during the World Championships. Amos, known for his exceptional performance in athletics, particularly after winning a silver medal at the London 2012 Olympics, was considered Botswana's best chance for a medal at the World Championships. The article highlights his impressive track record, especially his victories in six out of seven races against the world record holder, David Rudisha, since 2012.

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