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10 Jun 2019

This is a trick question: what does former president Ian Khama see when he looks in the mirror? The answer is not a light-skinned, newly-minted pseudo-comrade with an Afro-hair but a dark-hued, much younger man with a buzz cut.

10 Jun 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

10 Jun 2019

BY RUTH KEDIKILWE

At the turn of the century liberation movements across the Diaspora encouraged women to be bold, political and protest the loudest against patriarchy.

An expression propagated by men was conceived: “Women are no longer in the kitchen pregnant and barefoot like their mothers but they are now in bars drinking and smoking like their fathers’.

10 Jun 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Every day girls are determining their self-worth from Instagram likes, Facebook posts, Snapchat images, advertising videos and texts from friends.

10 Jun 2019

BY ANITA RANNOBA & BOTLHALE KOOTHUPILE

What a difference a fortnight makes! Days on from the joy of a triumphant return from the Zone 6 Karate Championships, a storm of controversy threatens to bring down the Botswana Karate Association (BOKA)’s house of cards.

10 Jun 2019

BY PATIENCE LEPHOGOLE

Botswana Sport Volunteer Movement (SVM) in conjunction with Botswana National Sports Commission (BNSC) and the Botswana National Blood Transfusion Services will host a blood donation event on the 15th June, 2019. This will be held at the national stadium in Gaborone from 0900hours.

10 Jun 2019

The Botswana Railways (BR) is to revel in multiple opportunities from the Botswana Tourism Organization (BTO) proposal to provide special rail transport for leisure travelers and fans for the annual “Mmantshwabisi” Desert Race Event, scheduled for Selebi Phikwe between 21 and 23 June.

10 Jun 2019

Botswana Sectors of Educators Union (BOSETU) has instructed their members to quit and withdraw immediately from sport activities.

The BOSETU directive brings to an end a protracted battle between the teachers unions and government over allowances given to teachers involved in sports at school level.

10 Jun 2019

BY PATIENCE LEPHOGOLE

From time to time workers go on strike due to low wages or looking for an increase in their salaries, which they gradually get with time.

If I recall well, just this past month April, military personnel got an increase which they even called ‘Ntlole’.

10 Jun 2019

The rot in Zimbabwe has just got to be stopped one way or other.                                                           

The country cannot continue on this path when it is evident that innocent people are suffering and are at the mercy of an abusive, cruel, uncaring leadership with no idea what to do.

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