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Disadvantaged girls empowered by Sprint Couriers

Logistics and Express Mail Service giants Sprint Couriers held an empowerment seminar for girls and donated 29 boxes of Always Sanitary pads to Patikwane Junior Secondary School last week.


27th September 2016

‘Kill the gays’ pastor may be gone but his stench remains

27th September 2016

“I’m not sad about it, I’m not gonna cry about it because those gay people in that bar that got shot up were going to die of AIDS and syphilis and whatever else.

ATI promises to fly at BTv circle

26th September 2016

ATI will stage his latest marketing gimmick on Monday, September 26 at the traffic  circle adjacent to the Mass Media Complex that houses Botswana Television (BTV).

Water crisis hits Nyangabgwe

26th September 2016

Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital in Francistown has been faced with a severe shortage of water since last week Thursday after the construction company of the graded intersection commonly known as the spaghetti junction cut off the main water supply line.

Media & Allied Workers Union reviews constitution

26th September 2016

Botswana Media and Allied Workers Union (BOMAU) is embarking on Constitutional review exercise, its President Phillemon Mmeso has said.

Relative turns state witness against Moalosi in Sebina hacking saga

26th September 2016

The controversial Sebina hacking case recently took a controversial twist when close friend and relative of the accused was roped in as a State witness.

Radical anti-gay America pastor kicked out of Botswana

21st September 2016

Government has deported and placed under Prohibited Immigrant (PI) anti-gay American pastor Steven Anderson.

Controversial pastor Steven Anderson in the hands of immigration officers

20th September 2016

Controversial US pastor, Steven Anderson, has quickly attracted the attention of security agents   in Botswana following a radio interview today.

VILLAGERS BLAME WITCHCRAFT

19th September 2016

27-year old Koga English of Kgari village, is still in  shock after losing four of his family members in two separate road accidents in a period of hours.

‘There is nothing for free in life’

19th September 2016

Member of Parliament for Tlokweng, Same Bathobakae has called on women to stay away from “free lunches” and adopt a code of conduct to avoid putting themselves in abusive situations.

DPP instructed to complete probe on Guma, Olopeng

19th September 2016

Chief Magistrate of Village Court, Mompati Taolo has instructed the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to complete the investigations of a marathon case involving a company owned by Tati East Member of Parliament, Guma Moyo and Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Thapelo Olopeng.

Farewell, Annah, but stop lying - Saleshando

19th September 2016

Botswana Congress Party (BCP) President Dumelang Saleshando has quashed claims that his party is rocked by factionalism.

BNFYL defends Gaolathe over UDC cards

19th September 2016

Botswana National Front Youth League has defended Umbrella for Democratic Change Secretary General, Ndaba Gaolathe over the coalition party membership card. Gaolathe, who is also President of Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) came under fire last week after he called for a speedy application of membership cards by UDC general members and contracting parties.  He also urged for the direct application of membership to the UDC by unaffiliated members.


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