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CIMA Awards Best Acheivers

An achievement of an international qualification such as Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) equips the graduates with knowledge to operate at a global level.

The Finance Director of Barclays Bank of Botswana, Mumba Kalifungwa said that at the CIMA Botswana awards, last night. He congratulated the awardees of the night as he noted that CIMA is not for the faint hearted. “ As a graduate of CIMA, I can attest that to the fact that the road to qualification, membership attainment and finally CIMA fellowship is not an easy one.


26th May 2016

‘I have forgiven you’ says Minister

23rd May 2016

Minister of Youth Sports and Culture Thapelo Olopeng says he has forgiven the faceless person who posted on his Facebook page condemning his silence in the wake of the Sebina saga and wishing that someone could brutally rape his daughter.

BDP Women’s Wing joins Sebina fray

23rd May 2016

Botswana Democratic party (BDP) Women’s Wing has called on the mother body to revisit the party’s Code of Conduct and act accordingly in the Sebina saga.

Deputy PS’ car attached to pay legal costs

23rd May 2016

When Deputy Permanent Secretary for Information in the Office of the President,  Mogomotsi Kaboeamodimo tried to sue a newspaper little did he know that he would end up with a huge legal debt.

You are not alone: A crusade to shame the nation into action

23rd May 2016

The infamous Sebina saga has lifted the lid on sexual exploitation suffered by many women and children, along with blatant collective failures to deal with the issue. 

Collins Newman and Co loses first round against newspaper

23rd May 2016

Lobatse High Court Judge, Michael Leburu has said that Collins Newman and Company (CNC) law firm together with its senior partners took long to approach the court to interdict publication of alleged defamatory articles.

Traditional midwifery at risk of extinction

16th May 2016

Mpopi Moche (83) is a popular traditional midwife in Moshupa recognised mostly for her outspoken defense of the profession she says is 'in danger of extinction'.

Car brake fluid used to spike drinks during beer binges

16th May 2016

An investigation by the Midweek Sun around Francistown has established that petty criminals more especially school drop-outs use car brake fluid on unsuspecting victims during alcohol drinking binges in various bars in the townships of Francistown.

Chobe National Park strives to reduce congestion

16th May 2016

The Department of Wildlife and National Parks has come up with a strategy that will help to reduce congestion, protect the environment, and enhance wilderness experience in the Chobe National Park and to promote professional guiding.

Enough is enough

16th May 2016

A certain group of men and women dubbed #Ishallnotforget have requested society at large to come together as ‘Women and men against all sexual abuse of children’.

Botswana signs Paris Agreement for Climate Change

16th May 2016

Botswana has joined 174 countries to become a signatory to the Paris Agreement that aims to stop climate change in the future.

Donkey milk soap a big hit

9th May 2016

A high demand for fresh donkey milk locally has given birth to a new product in the form of bathing soaps of varying flavours which have become a hit across the country.

25 Matsha students suspended

9th May 2016

It never rains but pours at Matsha College.


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