Botshabelo, Free State

Botshabelo, Free State

Botshabelo is a large black settlement set up by the then apartheid government 45km east of Bloemfontein, Free State province, South Africa. It has a population of about 1,000,000 inhabitants.

"There is another Botshabelo, Mpumalanga"

Botshabelo is one of the towns that have produced soccer players for PSL especially for celtics such as Madidilane,Ditheko Mototo,the late Abram Raselemane,Ntho Moshe,Motseothata November,Ace Gulwa and others.

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