Target 20 000 Programme suspended

The mess experienced at Target 20 000 initiative has resulted in the suspension of the programme, Assistant Minister of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology Fidelis Molao has said.


18th April 2017

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BDP deserves to be punished - Mangole

18th April 2017

Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) Secretary General Gilbert Mangole says Tlokweng has never been a priority for government.
Mangole stated that Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) MPs have indicated that the reason why the party leader Ian Khama was delaying to sign a writ of election for Tlokweng by-election, was because the constituency was not a priority. Speaking during a political rally at Kgale Farms in the Tlokweng Constituency on Sunday, Mangole revealed that the BDP MPs stated that they are busy with Parliament business and there is no how the writ could be issued while Parliament was still sitting.



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Target 20 000 Programme suspended

The mess experienced at Target 20 000 initiative has resulted in the suspension of the programme, Assistant Minister of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology Fidelis Molao has said.


The minister revealed that one of the major flaws that occurred in the implementation of the programme relates to the fact that students were enrolled in long-term programmes instead of short-term programmes. Some students ended up taking four-year programmes against the original plan....

18th April 2017


BDP deserves to be punished - Mangole

18th April 2017

Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) Secretary General Gilbert Mangole says Tlokweng has never been a priority for government.
Mangole stated that Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) MPs have indicated that the reason why the party leader Ian Khama was delaying to sign a writ of election for Tlokweng by-election, was because the constituency was not a priority. Speaking during a political rally at Kgale Farms in the Tlokweng Constituency on Sunday, Mangole revealed that the BDP MPs stated that they are busy with Parliament business and there is no how the writ could be issued while Parliament was still sitting.


‘I was pregnant with snakes’

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God has called us to heal this nation - Prophetess


Khama protected by ancestral spirits - Elder

18th April 2017

Fire churches are playing with fire to disregard ancestors

Business

Electra Mining trade show billed for Sept. 12

The annual Electra Mining, Botswana’s mining, industrial, electrical and power trade show will this year take place on September 12-14th 2017 at the Gaborone Fairgrounds. Creating a platform to stimulate trade in these sectors, Electra Mining Botswana offers an excellent networking opportunity for local and international service providers, industry associations, government officials and mining, industrial and energy professionals. The exhibition demonstrates the very latest in technolog...

18th April 2017


BPOPF unveils new identity

18th April 2017

The country’s largest pension fund, Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund (BPOPF), officially unveiled its new brand identity to key stakeholders at a ceremony held at Gaborone International Convention Centre last week.


Anglo American sells Eskom-tied thermal coal operations in South Africa

18th April 2017

The Eskom-tied domestic thermal coal operations consist of the New Vaal, New Denmark and Kriel collieries, as well as four closed collieries.
The transaction will result in Seriti becoming the second largest provider of thermal coal to Eskom, supplying almost a quarter of Eskom’s current annual coal requirements.


Liberty Life, Alexander Forbes form alliance

18th April 2017

Liberty Life Botswana Managing Director, Lulu Rasebotsa has urged burial societies to register with the Registrar of Societies and lean on Lerudi funeral scheme. This she said, will provide enhanced burial society offerings that will benefit members in terms of payouts and improve records management.
This follows a collaboration between Liberty Life Botswana and Alexander Forbes Financial Services Botswana that saw the two launching the Lerudi Funeral scheme last week.

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BOKA IN POLITICAL KUMITE

The Botswana Karate Association (BOKA) affiliates are expected to go into their weekend Annual General Meeting as a divided lot.


Despite recent international successes including the 2016 Zone 6 championship, the association is said to be at loggerheads as influential BOKA members are currently in a raging war for control of the national karate governing body. According to highly placed sources, BOKA   elders are wrestling for control of the association and the associat...

18th April 2017


League title race heats up

18th April 2017

In their 22nd week of the2016/17 BTC premierships season, log leaders, Township Rollers are poised to extend their lead in front of the Marauding Jwaneng Galaxy FC.


BOKA selection tourneys grow in popularity

18th April 2017

The Botswana Karate Association (BOKA) will have a packed schedule in the next month   as they are expected to select a national team to defend their championship at the 2017 Zone 6 games scheduled for Maputo, Mozambique.


Moyo leads Police XI’s offensive

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Former Gaborone United (GU) marksman Hendrick Moyo has received a new lease on life at BTC premiership outfit Police XI.

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Izaura clinches deal with fashion giant Macy’s

Local fashion designer, Mothusi Lesolle of Izaura creations is celebrating a major achievement. Over the past week news emerged that he has grabbed an exciting opportunity. The deal will see one of his latest creations being showcased by one of the popular international retail outlets namely Macy’s Metro Centre in Washington DC. Lesolle is one of two designers from the continent who were nit picked for this once in a lifetime opportunity.

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19th April 2017


Star-studded line-up for Mokolodi pre-launch party

19th April 2017

Local songbird, Charma Gal has released her latest album offering titled Ke Ya Mokolodi.  On Friday, she held a star-studded album pre launch party at the DUMA FM Grounds.


Rhumba Music on a sick bed as Franco releases latest offering

19th April 2017

Local rhumba genre seems to be on a sick bed as for a number of years artists of the genre have failed to drop albums which are enjoyed by their fans in the process ditching the genre in the dustbin. Local rhumba giants which includes Jeff Matheatau, Franco, Tumza and the big bullets and Alfredo Mos and Les Africa Sounds all seem to have lost the fire as supported by unavailability of hot Kwasa albums locally for a very long time.


Music piracy Propelled some local artists to international stardom

19th April 2017

Although music piracy has denied local and international artists their bread baskets for the past decades, VIBE has discovered that it has also propelled some artists to international stardom in countries that they were unknown.

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