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Horror road accident claims six lives

At least six   people have been certified dead after a road traffic accident involving a double -decker passenger bus and a Toyota Fortuner along the A1   road earlier today (Thursday).


9th June 2016

The Broadcasters summit attracts 200 primary school students

9th June 2016

A local   organisation representing aspiring media practitioners, The Broadcasters, last week gathered more than 200 students from 20 local schools for the annual competitive summit at Francistown.

The death penalty is here to stay-BDP

8th June 2016

The death penalty will continue to be imposed on those found guilty of murder under the current government, Defence Justice and Security Minister Shaw Kgathi has said.

Murder accused denied bail

3rd June 2016

A 21 year old Francistown man  accused  of  killing his girlfriend at Bluetown location on  13th May 2016 was  denied  bail  by   the magistrate  court  this  week.

BDP celebrates Samedupi and Xobe victory

31st May 2016

Botswana Democratic Party members gathered in Xobe and Samedupi 2 over the weekend to celebrate their victory in 2014 general election and to thank members.

Water restrictions introduced in Kweneng

31st May 2016

Residents in Molepolole and Thamaga expressed their concerns to Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) leadership as to the continued water shortage problem in the area, leading to the corporation introducing water restrictions in the Kweneng area.

‘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.

BDP Women’s Wing mum on Sebina saga

16th May 2016

Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) Women’s Wing has not yet stated its position on the ongoing Sebina defilement saga.

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'.


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