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Saturday 01 November 2014 | 07:54 AM    

Big guns fall in national elections

by Sunday Standard Reporter
27-10-2014

 

Leader of opposition and Botswana Congress Party President, Dumelang Saleshando, assistant Minister of Trade and Industry Keletso Rakhudu, assistant Mister of Health Gaotlhaetse Matlhabaphiri and assistant Minister of Local Government & Rural Development Olebile Gaborone...

 

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