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Saturday 25 October 2014 | 09:26 AM    

Boko V Saleshando: UDC leader keeps his cool

by The Telegraph Reporter
22-10-2014

 

The leader of Umbrella for Democratic Change, Duma Boko performed better than many had given him a chance on issues of economic policy, industrialization, citizen economic empowerment and freedom of expression. In the first of two rounds of Presidential debates organized...

 

Rollers beat NICO to climb the league log
Township Rollers continued their quest to defend their beMobile League championship...


Mabote and Osi on course for championships
Bonolo Mabote and Matshidiso Osi continued their assault for the inaugural Botswana...


Nthoiwa casts eyes on Botswana for talent
One of Botswana’s few FIFA licensed football agents, Moran Nthoiwa, says he would...


 
Only one unit restored at Morupule “B”
Two weeks after the troubled multimillion Morupule B power plant collapsed, only...

DPP’s decision to drop charges against Moroka falls under renewed scrutiny
The Directorate of Public Prosecution’s decision to drop potential criminal charges...

Boko says he does not hate Khama
Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) President Duma Boko said he did all he had to...

Batawana orginise 45th birthday bash for Kgosi Tawana
Batawana came in large numbers this past weekend to witness the celebration of Kgosi...

BCP Gov’t would sign SADC gender protocol
The Botswana Congress Party (BCP) parliamentary candidate for Gaborone Bonnington...

 

Climate Change more pressing
Climate change has become a more pressing issue today than it was in 2004 and 2010 as the country...

Consumer inflation slightly lower in September
Headline inflation for September declined to 4.5 percent from 4.6 percent recorded in August...

Swartz commends PPPs in CBD’s development
The private sector in the development of any economy is crucial for government initiatives...

 

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