Timber City boss shot dead in Block 6 robbery

The family of businessman Jinesh Naik (25), who was gunned down last week by unknown assailants in Block 6, Gaborone is still reeling in shock from the incident.

17th October 2016

TNMC workers in the dark about salary arrangements

17th October 2016

Employees of Tati Nickel Mining Company (TNMC), a subsidiary of BCL mine, which together with its parent company were recently placed under liquidation by the government, are currently in the dark about their salary arrangements.

‘Just give us our monies’ – BCL miners tell Masisi

17th October 2016

Miners at the troubled BCL mine say that the company should just give them their money so  that they can leave.

New presidential helicopter for Khama

6th October 2016

The Independence Day fly past on Friday showcased the new bird in which President Ian Khama will be cruising on his errands around the country - the EC225LP Super Puma helicopter.

I didn’t expect an award from Khama - DK

6th October 2016

Former Member of Parliament for Molepolole South, Daniel Kwelagobe has reacted to public commotion over a perceived snub by President Ian Khama not to recognise his contribution to the country when he generously handed Golden Jubilee Awards.

I am not anti-Khama

6th October 2016

Controversial Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) Member of Parliament for Francistown West Ignatius Moswaane has rubbished rife allegations that he is anti-Khama.

Bot50 dazzling theatrical display humbles critics

6th October 2016

Thapelo Letsholo, the Managing Director of Red Pepper PR which was awarded a P14million tender by BOT50 amid negative publicity is a happy man.

UDC, BCP contemplate legal recourse against Khama

6th October 2016

President Ian Khama has rejected the request by opposition parties not to sign the Electoral Amendment Bill into law.

Disadvantaged girls empowered by Sprint Couriers

27th September 2016

Logistics and Express Mail Service giants Sprint Couriers held an empowerment seminar for girls and donated 29 boxes of Always Sanitary pads to Patikwane Junior Secondary School last week.

‘Kill the gays’ pastor may be gone but his stench remains

27th September 2016

“I’m not sad about it, I’m not gonna cry about it because those gay people in that bar that got shot up were going to die of AIDS and syphilis and whatever else.

ATI promises to fly at BTv circle

26th September 2016

ATI will stage his latest marketing gimmick on Monday, September 26 at the traffic  circle adjacent to the Mass Media Complex that houses Botswana Television (BTV).

Water crisis hits Nyangabgwe

26th September 2016

Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital in Francistown has been faced with a severe shortage of water since last week Thursday after the construction company of the graded intersection commonly known as the spaghetti junction cut off the main water supply line.

Media & Allied Workers Union reviews constitution

26th September 2016

Botswana Media and Allied Workers Union (BOMAU) is embarking on Constitutional review exercise, its President Phillemon Mmeso has said.

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