Staff Profiles

Mr. Lobone Lloyd Kasale

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Faculty of Education

Sports Science


Location: 102 009
Phone: 355 5782
Email Mr. Lobone Lloyd Kasale

Bachelor of Education in Physical Education, University of Botswana.

Master of Philosophy in Sport Management, University of Johannesburg.

Mr. Lobone Lloyd Kasale is a Sport and Recreation Management Lecturer at the Department of Sport Sciences of the University of Botswana. He joined the University of Botswana as a Staff Development Fellow in 2001. Mr Kasale is currently engaged in his PhD studies at the University of Stirling in the United Kingdom. His PhD research explores organisational performance management of National Sport Organisations in Botswana. Lobone Lloyd Kasale aims to contribute to improving the function of African sport organisations by advancing research-based sport management solutions as part of his community service.

Lobone Lloyd Kasale teaches courses that include Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Sport, Sport and Law, Facilities Planning and Management, Sport Marketing, Sport Management.

Lobone Lloyd Kasale’s research interests include sport governance, organisational performance of sport organisations, strategic and leadership research. His research appears in journals that include Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, Managing Sport and Leisure, and South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation. Mr. Kasale has also performed peer review tasks for a journal.

Mr. Kasale supervises 1 graduate student.

Kasale, L. L., Morrow, S., & Winand, M. (2020). An Institutional Work Perspective to Performance Management: The Case of Botswana National Sport Organizations. Journal of Global Sport Management, 1-22.

Kasale, L. L., Winand, M., & Morrow, S. (2019). A stakeholder approach to performance management in Botswana National Sport Organisations. Managing Sport and Leisure, 24(4), 226-243.

Kasale, L. L., Winand, M., & Robinson, L. (2018). Performance management of National Sports Organisations: a holistic theoretical model. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 8(5), 464-491.

Shehu, J., Kasale, L., & Moreri, A. B. (2012). Perceptions of gender equality and attitudes toward equal opportunity in school sport among Botswana adolescents. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 34(2), 181-196.

In pursuit of academic excellence