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SA confirms support for Venson-Moitoi

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pelonomi Venson- Moitoi’s candidacy for the position of Chairperson of the African Union Commission received a boost this week as neighbouring South Africa declared its support for her. 


12th July 2016

Speaker vows to take no nonsense

12th July 2016

The Speaker of the National Assembly, Gladys Kokorwe has warned Members of Parliament that she would be a no nonsense leader in the current Winter Parliament session.

BDP youth denies sabotaging Ramotswa campaign

12th July 2016

Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) Youth Wing has been accused of sabotaging the South East Region by holding its 50 years’ commemoration activities in Palapye instead of Ramotswa.

I fortify TB Joshua – Bonsam

12th July 2016

Priest Nana Kwaku Bonsam, the Ghanaian witch doctor who has since found love in Botswana, is renowned for his war with Nigeria and Africa's most popular seer, Prophet T.B Joshua.

Young entrepreneurs hail Dinokeng Expo

12th July 2016

Kgatleng’s obscure village of Mmathubudukwane was a beehive of activity on Saturday with budding youth entrepreneurs gathering to showcase their business products and services at the second Dinokeng Youth Entrepreneurship Expo.

Remaining 15 coaches released to BR

12th July 2016

The engineering unit of South African state owned freight logistics group Transnet, Transnet Engineering (TE) has finally released the remaining batch of coaches to Botswana Railways.

Botswana students brave extreme weather conditions in Japan

11th July 2016

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University sits atop Jumonji Hara Mountain in Heppu city in Oita, one of Japan’s 47 Prefectures located in Kyushu Island.

Entertainment Promoters petition MP's over BOT50 organisers

7th July 2016

The fight between Botswana Entertainment Promoters Association (BEPA) and Bots50 event organisers is far from over.

Gakutlo residents engaged in fitness boot camp

6th July 2016

Resident of Gakutlo Village in the Kweneng district recently   engaged in a fitness boot camp and snake awareness campaign. Fitness Bootcamp Botswana (FBB) coordinated the initiative last weekend. The exercise was meant to sensitize residents on the importance of keeping fit and how to handle cases of snakes in their village.

Sexual minorities demand fair news coverage

5th July 2016

Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) community have called on the media to help in the protection of their rights in the fight against discrimination and stereotyping in media coverage.

Kgari Sechele teachers live in fear of students

5th July 2016

In the wake of the mayhem that ensued at Kgari Sechele Senior Secondary School last week, it has emerged that teachers at the school live in fear of their students.

Yellowman's fight for albino rights and protection

5th July 2016

Gaborone City councillors have adopted a motion calling for the formulation of a Policy focusing on the protection of people with Albinism.

BEC calls for partnerships in raising the quality of education

29th June 2016

This year’s Annual Excellence Awards ceremony will be staged in Gaborone next week Friday. The Excellence awards, which focuses on the basic education sector comes against the backdrop of continuing weak performance in general education especially at Junior Certificate level.


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