Confusion and intrigue surrounds an application by Botswana National Front (BNF) and Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) President Duma Boko’s application to the Companies and Intellectual Property Authority (CIPA) to be personally granted exclusive ownership of the UDC “presidential” brand.
The Botswana National Front Veterans League has revealed that the party leadership has asked for funding from former president Lt Gen Ian Khama.
The leader of Botswana Movement for Democracy, Sidney Pilane has said he will move swiftly to stop ongoing attempts by the leader of Umbrella for Democratic Change, Duma Boko to patent either in full or in part the UDC logo to himself.
Lack of humility is hurting the compassion of our nurses.
The President of the Botswana Nurses Union (BONU) Obonolo Rahube has expressed concern over the continuing violence and verbal abuse of nurses by members of the public in the workplace
The Vice President Slumber Tsogwane has been sucked into a fierce battle between the Ministry of Tertiary Education andInternational Aviation Solutions (IAS) over sponsorships for students.
The government has already pulled the plug on the IAS by refusing to sponsor students enrolled with the IAS.
BY THOBO MOTLHOKA
Following decades of dominating business tenders at the Botswana Defense Force (BDF) Seleka Springs is reportedly beginning to feel the pinch now that Ian Khama is no longer at the helm.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
If the latest annual report of the office of the Auditor General is anything to go by, then a referral hospital in the northern part of the country - Nyangabwe Hospital should be the last option for any patient looking for decent medical attention.
Researchers will this June start working with First Nations in Botswana in to draw on their traditional Indigenous knowledge about climate science. This comes after the release of the Global Sustainability report which highlighted that Botswana’s climate in 2019 is likely to be disastrous and even surpass the 2015/2016 El Nino.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
The department of Clinical Services had no option but to furnish the office of the Auditor General with a list of expired drugs that the department is still keeping at the Central Medical Stores (CMS).
China wrote-off Botswana’s debt in a bid to improve deteriorating diplomatic relations between Gaborone and Beijing, a report by United States researchers has suggested.