Enraged youth vow to fight back

Following the dramatic turn of events in which police beat some unemployed youth and detained others, the members of Unemployment Movement have cautioned the police that they will retaliate if they continue to harass them.

19th August 2016

BOT50 pays Somizi Mhlongo half a million pula for two days’ job

19th August 2016

Local artists say they feel insulted by the BOT50 celebrations’ organisers after a well-known South African chorographer and Idols judge Somizi Mhlongo allegedly pocketed close to half a million pula in only two days for teaching Batswana dancers some dance moves using Vee, Charma Gal and Culture Spears’ songs.

‘I have all it takes to win Mrs. Africa’

19th August 2016

Local beauty queen, model and businesswoman Norah McAslin is among the Top 40 Mrs Africa 2016 contestants.

Catholics regional bishops meet in Gaborone

19th August 2016

The Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference (SACBC) is in Gaborone for aweek-long plenary conference which began on the 10th ending today (Wednesday).

BDP on warpath against Tawana Moremi

19th August 2016

Maun West Member of Parliament Tawana Moremi was an angry man last week as he retreated to his constituency at the close of the winter session of Parliament

Beauty queen aims to empower deaf women in society

16th August 2016

Local beauty queen, Kemmonye Keraetswe, has made Botswana proud after being recently crowned Second Princess Miss Deaf Africa at a competition held in South Africa.


15th August 2016

Former Big Brother Africa contestant Kaone Ramontshonyana lost himself in the hype of fame in 2009, but he is glad to have turned the corner from his dirty life. “I was unconsciously addicted to sex, masturbation, marijuana and alcohol.

Gynaecologist warns obese women against the Patch

15th August 2016

Overweight or obese women are warned against using the recently introduced contraceptive patch as they risk developing potentially fatal blood clots.

This is 13-year old Kelebogile Kebafitlhetse’s story

15th August 2016

Kelebogile Kebafitlhetse was not only born into poverty, but as the eldest child in her homestead, the 13-year-old student at Mmanaana Junior School in Moshupa has to fend for her three siblings and an incapacitated mother.

The Midweek Sun Mosadi Thari 50-day Challenge

15th August 2016

Tomorrow marks exactly 50 days towards September 30, the 50th Anniversary of Botswana Independence.

Roy Sesana mollycoddles with Govt

15th August 2016

Former leader of the First People of the Kalahari (FPK) Roy Sesana or Tobee Tcori in his native language, seems to be dancing a completely new song if information reaching The Midweek Sun from his Private Public Relations Officer is anything to go by.

Mayhem at Parliament

15th August 2016

This week was yet another dramatic one as police brutality took centre stage when the law enforcement officers clashed with unemployed youth and local journalists on Monday afternoon.


10th August 2016

A man who was shot to death nearly two weeks ago in the Englewood neighborhood has been identified as 41-year-old Mbiganyi Lashani, a West
Side resident and native of Botswana.

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