VIRGINITY UP FOR SALE

Miracle soaps promising ‘eternal virginity’ and enhanced sex lives are flying off the shelves at an alarming rate at some Chinese shops around town.
A cursory look at the product, known only as Virginity soap, provides mouth-watering prospects for those desperately looking to keep their nether regions tighter.


16th August 2017

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MAYOR FINDS HIS PEARL

14th August 2017

When Gaborone Mayor Kagiso Thutlwe advertised his birthday party, ‘The Mayor’s Birthday Bash’ that was held last Saturday at My Kind of Place, Riverwalk, not many people knew what was on his mind. Perhaps, other than his famous Colgate smile as social media users call it, many were just looking for a night of dance and drinks with him. Those closest to him say he is generally bubbly and a great company.



Understanding the disease, Lupus

14th August 2017

Specialist in Lupus and other rare diseases Dr. Micah Karibo describes the condition as a silent killer in the world - a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body immune system, instead of serving its normal protective function, forms antibodies that attack healthy tissues and organs.



Beware Lupus, the silent killer!

14th August 2017

Specialist in Lupus and other rare diseases Dr. Micah Karibo describes the condition as a silent killer in the world - a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body immune system, instead of serving its normal protective function, forms antibodies that attack healthy tissues and organs.



Molapisi gives UDC two weeks to resolve BMD row

14th August 2017

Botswana Peoples Party (BPP) President Motlatsi Molapisi has revealed to The Midweek Sun that his party will give Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) two weeks to deliberate on troubles plaguing Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD). BMD was split into two factions belonging to Sydney Pilane and Ndaba Gaolathe at its recent bloody congress in Bobonong.



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VIRGINITY UP FOR SALE

Miracle soaps promising ‘eternal virginity’ and enhanced sex lives are flying off the shelves at an alarming rate at some Chinese shops around town.
A cursory look at the product, known only as Virginity soap, provides mouth-watering prospects for those desperately looking to keep their nether regions tighter.

At a cost of only P10, the product, manufactured in Thailand promises to keep the female genitalia fee...

16th August 2017


MAYOR FINDS HIS PEARL

14th August 2017

When Gaborone Mayor Kagiso Thutlwe advertised his birthday party, ‘The Mayor’s Birthday Bash’ that was held last Saturday at My Kind of Place, Riverwalk, not many people knew what was on his mind. Perhaps, other than his famous Colgate smile as social media users call it, many were just looking for a night of dance and drinks with him. Those closest to him say he is generally bubbly and a great company.


Understanding the disease, Lupus

14th August 2017

Specialist in Lupus and other rare diseases Dr. Micah Karibo describes the condition as a silent killer in the world - a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body immune system, instead of serving its normal protective function, forms antibodies that attack healthy tissues and organs.


Beware Lupus, the silent killer!

14th August 2017

Specialist in Lupus and other rare diseases Dr. Micah Karibo describes the condition as a silent killer in the world - a chronic autoimmune disease in which the body immune system, instead of serving its normal protective function, forms antibodies that attack healthy tissues and organs.

Business

Agricultural research vital for food security

A consultant of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Birhanu Teshome says research on agriculture can help improve the declining contribution of agriculture in most African countries and reduce the food import bill. Teshome, who is the former President for Ethiopian Statistical Association told Business Trends that, African countries need to pay more attention to the declining figures on agriculture.

“Focus on agricu...

16th August 2017


Banking Expo tackles financial inclusion

16th August 2017

A Banking and Wealth Expo scheduled for November 15-18th 2017 at Ditshupo Hall in Gaborone will tackle the nagging question, what is financial inclusion? According to Oabile Mabusa, Chief Executive Officer of Bankers Association Botswana (BAB), who are joint coordinators of the expo with Botswana Institute of Bankers (BIB), financial inclusion does not mean access to loans and credit in the banking sector as most people think.


Sleek Foods wins tender to supply KFC

16th August 2017

Local Company, Sleek Foods has won a tender to supply the multinational franchise, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) with locally produced chakalaka salad. Launching the product on Friday, Sleek Foods Managing Director, Seleka Nkata said her company passed KFC audit in July this year and it now qualifies to supply all the KFC outlets worldwide.


PPC Botswana appoints first Motswana General Manager

16th August 2017

PPC Botswana has announced Tuelo Botlhole as the new General Manager.Botlhole who succeeds Werner Debeer, becomes the company’s first Motswana General Manager. Debeer joined Bokomo in January this year.

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IAAF President apologises

The president of IAAF Sebastian Coe is expected in Botswana next year to give a formal apology over the unfair treatment of local 400m sprinter Isaac Makwala at the2017 World championships held in London recently. Team Botswana Head of Delegation Moses Raphutshe confirmed in an interview with Sun Sports yesterday (Tuesday). Raphutshe was speaking during the Team Botswana welcome ceremony at Avani Hotel in Gaborone.

Raphutshe sa...

18th August 2017


Mak races in Zurich

18th August 2017

Batswana will have to wait a lot longer for Isaac Makwala’s triumphant return to home soil following a heroic 200m-time trial at the recently ended IAAF World Championships. Half the world tuned in to see Makwala qualify for the 200m finals after he was controversially disqualified for the eagerly anticipated 400m final. The 200 and 400m sprinter is expected to be in Zurich, Switzerland where he will compete in the finals of the IAAF Diamond league on 24th August.


KWF prepares world cup

18th August 2017

Two local athletes Tlotlang Theetso and Panakie Thoolebe are all set to represent the country at the 2017 Karatenomich Federation (KWF) World Cup and Conference scheduled for Malta on the 28th September. This week two of the athletes Theetso (U60 kg) and Thoolebe (68kg) said they are ready to take on the world in Malta. Following their impressive performance over the weekend during the Botswana KWF championships held in Gaborone the U18 team athletes said they are aiming to shock their more fancied opponents in the European nation.


Sebego linked to Notwane

18th August 2017

Members of National First Division outfit Notwane FC to take over as chairman have reportedly approached former Botswana Football Association (BFA) president Tebogo Sebego. Reports reaching Sun Sports are that Notwane supporters are unhappy with the current committee chairman Chimidzani Chimidza who recently took over from Arnold Somolekae. Chimidza’s main objective was to lead the club back to the elite league.

VIBE

Katlego dishes eye candy

This hunk is Katlego Banyatsi (23), the new face of Jack’s Gym. Thanks to his chiselled body, good looks and humble nature, the head model at X Models Agency is making strides in the local modelling and fashion industry. While Banyatsi concedes that there are several challenges besieging the modelling industry in our country, he is optimistic that the situation will improve with time and that the industry will be better appreciated. Banyatsi talks to Vibe ab...

16th August 2017


G word dishes new offering

16th August 2017

GC Hot Stepper hit maker, Rwude Boy, now G’Word -real name Boyson Mokone- will this week release his brand new album, That’s me; The Transition’. The hip-hop album boasts nine tracks that try to encourage youth to keep away from alcohol and drugs.


BEHIND THE SCENES

16th August 2017

Motswafere is a recognisable face in the local entertainment industry. He has fast made a name for himself as a singer and a fashionista with his edgy style. He oozes confidence and charisma, and has a voice that shows potential. We are curious about him and so asked a few interesting questions.


Rock your ripped jeans boldly

16th August 2017

Ripped jeans are a fashion statement that has evolved over time. If you think that it is too tatty, then think again. Ripped jeans can be worn up or down to move between a casual and glamorous look. Just ensure that top, shoes and accessories are lit. While you can wear ripped jeans casually with a simple top or T-shirt, with sneakers, you can add a bit of glamour by throwing in a bit of bling in the form of earrings or a bold neckpiece if you are a lady, or throwing on a jacket, scarf or unbuttoned shirt with the sleeves up, if you are a guy. You might be brave enough to rock this look to the office if you work in a creative industry but just make sure that the rips are not too wide and tattered. Seal your look with confidence!

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