LecturerLocation: Campus Indoor Sport Centre 3032
MSc Athletic Administation (Sprinfield College MA, USA)
Executive Masters in Sport Management (University of Claude Bernard of Lyon, 2008)
National Course Director for IOC Sport Administration Courses
Level II IAAF accredited Sprints and Hurdles coach.
Level III CAF accredited Soccer coach
Started as an athlete where he represented the country in track and field all the way to international level. Trained as a teacher for Secondary Schools where he also coached many athletes in track and field to elite level. Involvement with the governance/management of sport spans many years and his roles include Secretary Generals of both the Botswana Athletics Association (2002 to 2006) and the Botswana National Olympic Committee (2005 – 2010). Now First Vice President of the BNOC until 2021. He has led teams to major games as a Chef such as the First African Youth Games in Morocco in 2010, the First Youth Olympics in Singapore (2010) as well as the Rio Olympics in 2016. Joined the University of Botswana as a Lecturer in 2002.
Responsible for teaching Sport Management courses as well as Track and Field Courses. Also organizes short courses in Sport Management for Stakeholders
Strategic planning in non-profit making sport organizations, Youth development and talent development. Management of Elite Athletes
Mokgwathi, M. M., Shehu, J., Faros, A. S. & Moruisi M, (2017). M. Obesity framing in Botswana online newspapers: Implications for health policy and Physical Education pedagogy. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences, 24, 1, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa.
Shehu, J. Mokgwathi, M. Faros, A & Moruisi, M. (2016). Obesogenic slurs: How pervasive fat-shaming undermines the battle against juvenile obesity. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences, 22, 4:1, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa.
Shehu, J. & Moruisi, M. (2011) Influence of sport on personal development and social investment among Botswana Olympic athletes. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. Vol. 46 (3) 282 – 298.