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24 Feb 2019

BY THOBO MOTLHOKA

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on the ‘Review of the National Petroleum Fund (NPF)’ multi-million Pula looting scandal have called off investigations into the matter.

24 Feb 2019

With the report on the hunting ban having been presented to President Mokgweetsi Masisi, it is almost certain that communities in wildlife-rich areas could soon be doing roaring business.

24 Feb 2019

The University of Botswana’s alleged slipshod decision to hire a former council chairperson’s law firm is blamed on the institution’s ever ballooning legal fees. 

The University of Botswana (UB) is expected to cancel a legal service contract with law firm Collins & Newman which former university council chairperson, Parks Tafa, has had an interest.

24 Feb 2019

Botswana Gambling Authority has not sweetened the pot for its executive staff and board members whose travel imprest is believed to be the lowest among Botswana’s parastatals.

24 Feb 2019

BY CALISTUS BOSALETSWE

Khama’s vested interest in tourism, enjoying the trappings that come with it, has created a lucrative business conduit in photographic safari for a cartel of friends who still benefit disproportionately to the detriment of the community at large even in his retirement.

24 Feb 2019

BY KHONANI ONTEBETSE & KABELO SEITSHIRO

Botswana has reacted angrily to a decision by the European Union (EU) to include it in a draft list of jurisdictions that pose a high risk of money laundering insisting it should be removed from the list. 

24 Feb 2019

Visibly with pain in his face, Minerals Minister – Eric Molale has told Parliament that the government has launched a formal application with the High Court to have the BCL liquidator – Nigel Dixon-Warren removed from his position.

24 Feb 2019

Poloko Masitara has been announced as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Alexander Forbes Botswana.

24 Feb 2019

BY PORTIA NKANI

The Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA) has called on for more effort to be made to assist more local firms to expand their business across Botswana borders.

24 Feb 2019

As at September 2018, there were 120 illegal billboards in the capital Gaborone, Parliament has been told.

The revelation was made by junior minister at Local Government ministry - Kgotla Autlwetse who was responding to a series of question from Member of Parliament for Gaborone North, Haskins Nkaigwa.

Nkaigwa is also a former mayor of the Gaborone City Council.

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