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13 May 2019

BY CALISTUS BOSALETSWE

There are fears that animal right organisations and western countries are armed to the teeth to oppose Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe’s intention to sell ivory.

13 May 2019


BY MPHO KUHLMANN

“Big boys don’t cry”, “suck it up”, “Act like a man”, “Don’t act like a girl”. All of us has either heard one of these phrases or uttered them.
 
This pretty much sums up the extent to which the Botswana traditional society puts pressure on men to bottle up their emotions and suffer in silence.

13 May 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN
 
If there is any one incident that brings the conflicting emotional socialization of men and women to a head, it has to be the loss of a baby through miscarriage. This can be one of the most devastating things to happen to a couple. Women tend to grieve in solitude while their partners either detach or hit the bottle hard.

13 May 2019

BY VICTOR BAATWENG

The Auditor General’s office came very close to calling a multi-million Pula deal between two state owned entities – Botswana Couriers and Central Medical Stores a “collusion”.

13 May 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

Botswana’s most successful company, Wilderness Holdings, is expecting a bump in profits – the last of the company’s impressive financials that will no longer be public information once the ecotourism company exits the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) later this year.

13 May 2019

BY PORTIA NKANI

The first quarter of the year continued to show some signs of a recovery in the local equity market as the Domestic Companies Total Return Index (DCTRI) appreciated, while the Domestic Companies Index (DCI) also appreciated after another positive movement during the final quarter of 2018.

13 May 2019

BY PATIENCE RADISOENG

PALAPYE - The Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the central part of the country that have been aided by Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) have acknowledged efforts made by the corporation as it continues to foster them into competitive and sustainable businesses.

13 May 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

With no commercial production of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in Botswana, it has been found that gas importers are not only critical in the supply chain but they can also influence prices, reveals Competition Authority.

13 May 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

Despite the expected rise in public workers’ salaries, a highly optimistic president who has vowed to wow investors and create jobs, local businesses have expressed a dim view about their prospects, according to Bank of Botswana’s new report released on Friday.

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