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13 May 2019

It is no longer a laughing matter. Something has to be done to save Air Botswana, including from itself.

The airline is giving the country a bad name and in the process making itself and the country a laughing stock.

The airline still keeps a schedule, but does not follow it.

This is causing travelers untold emotional misery, inconvenience and also money.

13 May 2019

By Richard Moleofe

Following the big meeting in the Serowe kgotla last week Saturday, I have come to fully comprehend Khama’s frustrations. The feud between Khama and Masisi is not the source of the former president’s problems. The underlying problem is with power.

13 May 2019

*Botswana National Front Veterans Position  on Mr Duma Boko’s Secret Deals and Funding.

08 May 2019

Former President Lt Gen Ian Khama has announced that he wishes to resign from the ruling Botswana Democratic Party and in the same breath stopped short of endorsing Umbrella for Democratic Change president, Duma Boko.

08 May 2019

Former President Lt Gen Ian Khama has resigned as Vision 2036 champion because his position as Tourism Ambassador has been suspended.

08 May 2019

A war of words has erupted between Botswana and Kenya over control of the increasing number of the elephant population within the former’s boundaries, documents seen by the Sunday Standard show.

08 May 2019

The Botswana Federation of Public, Private and Parastatal Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU) Acting President, Olebile Molamu has accused President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi of selectively fighting corruption.

08 May 2019

A decision by the Botswana Government and De Beers to continue keeping their sales agreement secretive is making the country lose its position as a continental success story.

This has emerged from a new report by the Natural Resources Governance Institute.

08 May 2019

Assistant Minister of Health and Wellness Biggie Butale found himself in an uncomfortable position yesterday (Saturday) after former President Lt Gen Ian Khama blabbed to a public meeting about how the assistant minister had told off President Mokgweetsi Masisi.

08 May 2019

President Dr. Mokgweetsi Masisi has promised public servants that negotiations to improve their working conditions will be finalised by June this year.

Masisi told a gathering of public servants during the May Day celebrations held in Francistown last week Wednesday.

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