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01 Sep 2006

As Botswana is crushed 16-0 to create biggest mark at softball worlds.

The on going ISF XI Women’s World Championships is far from generating warmth to Africa’s envoys, Botswana and South Africa.

01 Sep 2006

The 14 member states of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are due to leap at their future challenges at the upcoming River Basin Organization (RBO) workshop to try to avoid future inter- state conflicts as they look forward to developmental issues.

01 Sep 2006

Gaborone - A high-ranking delegation from China’s ruling Communist Party was due in Gaborone this week to seal several agreements with the Botswana government, a foreign ministry official has said.

01 Sep 2006

While only 15% of small and medium enterprises in Botswana are unbanked, 90% of SMEs pay their staff in cash.

01 Sep 2006

Mascom Wireless, the mobile telephone network, is aiming to increase its sites by 120 percent in a bid to remain as a dominant player in the telecommunication industry in the country.

01 Sep 2006

Botswana government’s diamond mining profits in De Beers increased by 10 percent in the first six months to June, reflecting the impact of the newly signed agreement between the two parties, a report said last week.

01 Sep 2006

An Australian Stock Exchange listed mining prospecting outfit, A- Cap Resource Ltd, is to join the BSE this week in a bid to expand its operations in the country, thanks to an upsurge in international commodity prices.

26 Aug 2006

Undoubtedly one of the country‘s foremost publicity strategists and the past master of spin, it will be interesting to see how Jacob Sesinyi will dig Debswana out of its current public relations nightmare, touched off by revelations that the company has been using secret cameras, planted in toilets, to spy on its employees at Orapa.

26 Aug 2006

There is no line between justice and injustice in Botswana's Customary Courts, and the poor are having the worst of it.

The young lady sitting on the other side of the table sported a tag that said “Court Clerk.” I had been warned that she was a mean woman, given to prickishness, but when we finally shook hands and exchanged “hellos”, she was courteous to a fault.

26 Aug 2006

Undoubtedly one of the country‘s foremost publicity strategists and the past master of spin, it will be interesting to see how Jacob Sesinyi will dig Debswana out of its current public relations nightmare, touched off by revelations that the company has been using secret cameras, planted in toilets, to spy on its employees at Orapa.

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