High levels of inequality and the inability by governments to provide essential services to the public carry immense potential for undermining the legitimacy of state institutions.
BY MPHO KUHLMANN
By Botlhale Koothupile
Move over Netflix! So you Amazon. Here comes Botswana’s own, Mascom MyPlay.
Botswana’s entertainment landscape will never be the same again! At least for the multitudes of Mascom Wireless subscribers and possibly local content producers.
Spending over the Christmas holidays is almost inevitable. There’s so much to do, so many places to be, so much going on and even more to prepare for families and friends.
It’s incredibly easy to get caught up in the spend trend; it’s important to take note of how to cope during the calendar’s busiest time of the year.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
Botswana’s indigenous life insurance company – Bona Life will soon re-open its doors for business, Sunday Standard can confirm.
Bona Life – which is led by Regina Vaka shut its doors in July 2018 owing to an impasse between its shareholders that led to the company operating without a board.
BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA
The multinational firms that dominate Botswana’s private sector will have to make adjustments as the country’s ministry of Finance and Economic development brought in a raft of changes to the Income Act, in particular to clamp down on transfer pricing which was rampant.
BY CALISTUS BOSALETSWE
Qhaa Qhing Conservation Trust (QQCT) - a community based organization in Zutshwa sandwiched between Central Kalahari Game Reserve and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park has thrived against all odds.
BY PORTIA NKANI
The Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board Executive Director - Bridget Popi John has expressed displeasure on non-performing contractors who continue to enjoy the government tenders.
BY MPHO KELEBOGE
Moonlite Casino is not giving up on its plans to move to an up market location despite being denied relocation to Gaborone’s Central Business District (CBD).
The Gambling authority challenged Moonlite’s relocation earlier this year at the Court of Appeal which then ruled in the authority’s favour.
BY PATIENCE RADISOENG
When your income is limited, having a household budget is not only a good idea; it is imperative. Living on a budget might sound restricting or like too much work. However, having a workable family budget is actually quite liberating and simple. It puts you in charge of your money, rather than allowing money to control your life.