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22 Apr 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Botswana’s growth to surpass the average Sub Saharan pace, with the diamond rich country expected to grow also in 2020.

22 Apr 2019

BY KABELO SEITSHIRO

Upon his arrival from his Qatar visit last week, where he courted business to invest in Botswana, President Dr. Mokgweetsi Masisi has said his administration is ready to emerge from being grey listed in France.

22 Apr 2019

BY PORTIA NKANI

The Minister for Presidential Affairs, Governance and Public Administration, Nonofo Molefi has revealed that the development of three clusters has already taken off to help with the much needed sophistication of businesses.

22 Apr 2019

BY DUNCAN KGANGKENNA

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) is alleged to be among continental football bodies that have received and disbursed alleged bribes from the continental football body CAF.

Of recent, allegations have cropped up that CAF president Ahmad Ahmad had paid bribes to African football presidents to buy loyalty.

22 Apr 2019

BY BOTLHALE KOOTHUPILE

Like the fabled ‘razor sharp sword’ held by a single strand of horsehair over the head of a feasting Damocles, so is the relegation axe over Mochudi Centre Chiefs.

22 Apr 2019

BY ANITA RANNOBA

While many Batswana graduates hold on to dear life after completion of tertiary education standing on the edge to receive that life transforming calling ‘You have been hired’, two native Batswana men took a different route.

22 Apr 2019

BY PATIENCE LEPHOGOLE

Unlike any other sport in the country, local boxing has a rich tradition of winning medals at the commonwealth Games.

Of the 12 medals won by Botswana ever since participating in the Commonwealth Games, six (6) have come from boxing, five (5) from athletics with Lawn Bowls completing the list with one medal won.

22 Apr 2019

As an Industrial Court judgement by Justice Dawie De Villiers shows, any other employee would lose their job if they “persistently” absented themselves from work. An MP is not any other employee and for that reason, Tati East MP, Guma Moyo, can still afford to absent himself from work for the remainder of his five-year term.

22 Apr 2019

If the Democratic Republic of Congo has anything resembling peace and normalcy, then it is because a still sprightly, 98-year old Motswana man played a key role to bring about such outcome.

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