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Sunday 30 August 2015 | 11:34 AM    

Court of Appeal orders government to provide foreign inmates with ARV treatment

by Godfrey Ganetsang
26-08-2015

 

The marathon case in which HIV+ foreign inmates were suing the government of Botswana for refusing to provide them with Highly Active Anti Retroviral Therapy (HAART), reached a resounding end this morning (Wednesday) when the Court of Appeal, the highest court in the land,...

 

Makwala set to meet his destiny as he makes finals debut
All eyes will be on Botswana’s Isaac Makwala this afternoon (Wednesday) when he makes...


Nico’s woeful start continues as they succumb to BDF XI
Nico United’s woeful start to the season continued this past Sunday as they lost...


Zim wins annual 4 Nations Girls cricket tourney
The annual 4 Nations Girls tournament which entered its 5th edition concluded with...


 
Fallout as Ministry transfers teachers for supporting UDC
The Ministry of Education and Skills Development  MoESD is said to have bowed to...

Jeff Ramsay expected to dump OP for BIUST
Government spokesperson Dr. Jeff Ramsay is expected to dump the Office of President...

Boko calls for law regulating electoral expenditure
Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) President Duma Boko has said as a way of curbing...

Former BDP councilor says he quit the party because of Khama’s joke
President Ian Khama’s joke during the Goodhope/Mabule by election campaign that he...

Beneficiaries use poverty eradication package to buy water
Water crisis that has hit the country in recent months is forcing some Batswana in...

 

BMC pays farmers following P300 million recapitalisation
The Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) has started paying farmers their dues after it was rescued...

BURS investigates tax evaders, fraudsters
The Audit and Investigation Unit of the Botswana Unified Revenue Services (BURS) has finished...

Botswana not lawless enough for Chinese investors
If Botswana is really serious about attracting more FDI from China, it will first have to go...

 

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