Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

 

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

 
 
Tuesday 07 July 2015 | 04:26 AM    

China-Botswana tension boils over

by Khonani Ontebetse
05-07-2015

 

The diplomatic tension between Botswana and China which has been simmering behind the scenes boiled over recently when President Lt gen Ian Khama dispatched the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pelonomi Venson–Moitoi to China to register Botswana’s complaints with Chinese government...

 

Gabonamong excited to reunite with Mapalastina
When his former club, Bloemfontein Celtic announced in January that they would not...


Kemoeng tipped to be BFA CEO
Botswana Football Association (BFA) National Executive Committee (NEC) is said to...


Lack of mainstream league affecting Netball National teams
The hierarchy of the Botswana Netball Association (BONA) has admitted that lack of...


 
Khama puts Facebook users under surveillance
MMADINARE- President Ian Khama plans to instruct the newly elected communications...

DPP director quits under a cloud
The Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) Leonard Sechele on 30 June quit the prosecuting...

Court orders auction of embattled BNYC property
Property belonging to the embattled Botswana National Youth Council (BNYC) is expected...

Khama dismisses opposition as hopeless and clueless
MMADINARE – Hopeless, clueless and pointless these are some of the adjectives president...

Uproar as gov’t engages former stock exchange boss as consultant after resignation
The business community has reacted with outrage to a decision by the Main Committee...

 

BCL records escalating lost time injuries
Copper mining company BCL started the year 2015 on a bad note, recording a high number of lost...

BEMA and BITC should collaborate to develop export markets
A coordinated and rigorous plan of action between Botswana Exporters and Manufacturers Association...

Boseto mine closure drags down mining contribution to GDP
The recent closure of Boseto Copper Mine, located in the Ngamiland District has resulted in...

 

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

 

Is there are a chance that BCP can still be part of UDC?






Poll Results

4096
Yes
2359
No
321
Cant say
 
 
  • Straight talk with James Mathokgwane

  • After BNYC, what’s next?

  • “Politics, power and leadership” - revisiting Professor Prempeh’s analysis

  •  
  • Double standards threaten the credibility of the ICC

  • Staying longer in secondary school reduces HIV risk

  • Expect no more than P10 000 compensation if wrongfully detained

  •  
  • Abian Ntshabele responding well to treatment

  • New body modification styles becoming trendy

  • Health Generation- healthy food has never been this tasty

  •  
     
       

    Home | About us | Contact us | Advertise
    © Sunday Standard, All Rights Reserved - Disclaimer | Site Design and Development by MINDQ