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13 Jan 2019

By Bonnie Modiakgotla

Botswana is expected to benefit from continued positive long-term outlook for the diamond market through 2030 despite production hiccups.

This anticipated growth will be fueled by demand on the backdrop of technological advances and anticipated growth in major economies.

13 Jan 2019

There is no end in sight to the woes bedeviling the ill-fated Bamangwato Concessions Limited (BCL) Group.

As he questions Polaris II strategy price tag, BCL liquidator Nigel Dixon-Warren says the mine disregarded proper accounting procedures.

13 Jan 2019

By Botlhale Koothupile

The imposition of a transfer ban on clubs with due payables by the Botswana Football Association (BFA) is a long overdue and necessary evil.

13 Jan 2019

By Godfrey Mowaneng

As the reality of the Botswana Football Association (BFA)’s resolution banning clubs with ‘overdue payables’ from signing new players sinks, BTC premiership clubs are fingering the BFA for lack of vision in their decision making.

13 Jan 2019

Former Zebras talisman, Diphetogo ‘Dipsy’ Selolwane has denied allegations that he is a sexual predator.

The former footballer’s name cropped up and he was accused of preying on women as Batswana were this week embroiled in a heated discussion on issues of sexual assault and rape.

13 Jan 2019

By Patience Lephogole

Botswana’s former Olympians have welcomed the formation of the country’s National Olympians Association, which they believe is long overdue.

After years of failure to establish the structure, the Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) has indicated that it is hopeful the association will finally come to be.

13 Jan 2019

A brand new land-rights pressure group has laid claim to Moremi Game Reserve, a multi-billion tourist asset which was the first game reserve in Africa to be set up by Africans.

13 Jan 2019

In  my  course of  tracking Africa’s  sometimes torturous navigation of this  elusive creature  called democracy, I often hear a  yarn told to much  amusement  of  what  happened  back in 1991 in Zambia.

13 Jan 2019

From the beginning it is important to state upfront that what the ruling party elders are doing in trying to reconcile President Mokgweetsi Masisi with Ian Khama is patently wrong and ill-advised.

13 Jan 2019

By Richard Moleofe

This year is not only special to this country but to the African continent -politically speaking. It’s a year in which many states will be going for elections. Elections in Africa always seem to have a completely different rhythm as compared to other democracies.

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