My Star proves to be as popular as ever

This past weekend marked the eagerly anticipated launch of My Star Season 11, which saw multitudes of people flocking to the Gaborone International School hall to witness the   return of the popular singing talent show.

28th February 2017

Japanese government comes to the rescue of McCarthy’s rust primary school in the Kgalagadi district

27th February 2017

The Japanese has   granted 76 175 USD to the Tsabong sub district council for the   construction  of a classroom block at McCarthy’s Rust primary school    located in the remote rural area within the Kgalagadi area.

Gothaang’s untimely death leaves a gaping hole at Gunners

27th February 2017

The late Extension Gunners chairman Phenyo Gothaang who perished in a car accident over the weekend clearly left a gaping hole at the Peleng team

Ministry of Immigration closes five border posts due to flash floods

23rd February 2017

The Ministry of National Immigration and Gender Affairs this week announced that five  Botswana border   posts have been temporarily closed due to   recurring flash floods that have affected most parts of the country.

BGCSE results continue to disappoint

20th February 2017

Botswana Examinations Council (BEC) today released the 2016 Botswana General Certificate for Secondary Education (BGCSE) examination results, which shows a slight improvement of 0.92 percent compared to the 2015 BGCSE results.

‘I could have died in that plane’ - VP

17th February 2017

Vice President and Chairman of Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) Mokgweetsi Masisi is a terrified and devastated man following the crash of an aircraft which was to transport him to Tsabong to attend BDP Youth Wing elective congress.

Khama is a “disgrace to the country” – BCP

17th February 2017

In a hard-hitting comment, the leader of Botswana Congress Party Youth League (BCPYL), Tumiso Rakgare has described President Ian Khama as a “disgrace” to the country.

Step-parenting is not for the faint-hearted

17th February 2017

With high divorce rates and separation of cohabiting couples, step or blended families are increasingly becoming the norm for most people.

Rapid police response foils armed robbery

17th February 2017

The quick response by Moshupa police last week led to the arrest of three bungling armed robbers who had kidnapped a taxi man and then went on to rob Choppies store of P84 760.

Mascom celebrates 19 years in Botswana

17th February 2017

Botswana’s leading mobile services provider, Mascom Wireless, this Friday celebrates 19 years of operation in the country, where they pride themselves with tremendous contribution to the improvement of the lives of ordinary citizens as well as the growth of the economy.

Parliament has been a waste of time – Tawana

17th February 2017

Member of Parliament for Maun West, Tawana Moremi says he will quit politics in 2019, but return to Parliament after ten years to become the Speaker.

Gaolathe calls for increase of Old Age Pension to P600

17th February 2017

Member of Parliament for Gaborone Bonnington South, Ndaba Gaolathe has called on government to introduce a social security contributory scheme to achieve its social security strategy.

Japanese goverment donates classroom block to Serameng primary school

17th February 2017

The Japanese government   this week officially handed   over a new classroom block at Serameng Primary School in the Kweneng district.

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