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21 Jul 2019

BY KABELO SEITSHIRO

KGK Diamonds Botswana Pty. Ltd says as part of its localisation and citizen empowerment plan, it has embarked on a training programme that facilitates the training of local citizens in India.

21 Jul 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

Consumer prices increased slightly in June, picking up from the previous month upward movement, and threatening to breach the lower end of the 3 – 6 objective range, data from Statistics Botswana shows.

21 Jul 2019

BY JOSEPH BALISE

Readily available literature on the topical subject of the fourth industrial revolution range from research essays by particularly Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus and other scholars offers a comprehensive analysis with particular emphasis on the challenges and opportunities inherent in the trending revolution.

21 Jul 2019

BY CEDRIC SWANKA

That a local flight academy - International Aviation Solutions (IAS) has been placed under judicial management is old news. What is fresh from the parliament oven though is that atleast P150 million of tax payer’s money was paid to a troubled academy now facing closure due to compliance issues.

21 Jul 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

De Beers, the diamond-mining juggernaut has lowered its production targets following two successive quarters of falling production amid a challenging operating environment, the company said in the latest quarterly production report.

21 Jul 2019

BY KABELO SEITSHIRO

The Botswana Railways (BR) says it is implementing its growth strategy which contains a balance between short-term actions and longer-term actions to bring the business to consistent profitability.

21 Jul 2019

BY PORTIA NKANI

The Botswana Accountancy Oversight Authority’s has said that the founding legislation of State Owned Enterprises (SOEs)  has become the underlying constraint which limits their ability to comply with best practices in corporate governance, such as those recommended by King lll or King IV.

21 Jul 2019

BY BOTLHALE KOOTHUPILE

Smarting from their loss of the case it instituted against its former president Tebogo Sebego, Botswana Football Association (BFA) has struck back.

On Thursday the BFA wrote a letter of complaint against Sebego’s ‘conduct’ in terms of article 116 of the BFA Disciplinary Code

21 Jul 2019

BY BOTLHALE KOOTHUPILE

When he assumed the reins at the Botswana Football Association (BFA) president almost three years ago, MaClean Letshwiti had two main promises, his priorities.

The first was football development, a tenet he has so far tried to fulfil. The second was a promise he would have created 5000 jobs by the end of his four year tenure.

21 Jul 2019

BY ANITA RANNOBA

The reality of how our sport is failing us is coming out in the open. With the just ended 2019 Africa Karate Championships (UFAK) held in Gaborone it is quite clear there is an error somewhere.

21 Jul 2019

BY GODFREY MOWANENG

21 Jul 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

The headlines are sadly, maddeningly familiar.

The Mmegi headline states: “Letlhakane teen (18) rapes granny (80)”.

21 Jul 2019

Being old-school and pragmatic about problem-solving, the late president Sir Quett Ketumile Joni Masire would never have been hoodwinked into walking barefoot over a bed of red-hot embers by any new-age motivational speaker.

21 Jul 2019

Everyone, it now seems wants a piece of Kgosi Kgafela II.

While everybody wants him back, no two people can agree on when or how to bring him back.

Everybody has been sucked into the political maelstrom that are efforts to bring Kgafela back.

21 Jul 2019

The issue of Zimbabwe is not going to go away anytime soon.

Regional presidents may look the other way as much as they want but Zimbabwe and the internal problems it has with its people and the region still beckon.

Zimbabwe is not going to be wished away by any country, organization or president.

21 Jul 2019

The DRC is in the clutches of a man made tragedy.

War, poverty and disease are an Unholy Trinity eating away the DRC.

Right from inception, the DRC had too many factors conspiring against the success of that country.

Colonialism brought misery.

When they left, the colonizers did not allow for a smooth transfer of power.

21 Jul 2019

By Richard Moleofe

21 Jul 2019

The revelations by former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CEO, Dr Dan Matjila at the PIC commission of inquiry betray the reasons behind the factional battles within the ruling ANC. It is a dog-eat-dog fight for the resources the state and government has control over.

07 Jul 2019

By Mmapula Molapong

The Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tapiwa Mongwa says government is on track with what was agreed at the Forum for China Africa Cooperation FOCAC meeting in Beijing last year. 

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