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25 Sep 2006

Arguably the Mascom Premier League’s “kings of the passing game”, Ecco City Greens of Francistown, will be relieved to learn that their top marksman Malepa “Chippa” Bolelang will be staying at the club for now.

The 25-year-old Moshopha-born striker has been a subject of transfer speculations to neighbours Tasc Confidence.

25 Sep 2006

Mochudi Centre Chiefs supporters will be on cloud nine to learn that one of Botswana’s well-nurtured strikers, Jerome Ramatlhakwane, is itching to add to the team’s already blazing fire- power. The player confirmed to Sunday Standard Sport that he is almost a Chiefs player.

25 Sep 2006

Lately, it has become crystal clear that our national football team, the Zebras, has hit an all time low. Some Zebras enthusiasts told Sunday Standard Sport that perhaps what compounds to this state of affairs is that the vibe that should be going with Zebras games is almost not there.

25 Sep 2006

With the High Court expected to deliver judgement over the highly controversial case involving the relocations of Basarwa from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR), opposition Botswana Congress Party (BCP) has joined the anti government brigade by distancing itself from the government’s official line.

The BCP says the relocations were forceful and flawed in many ways.

25 Sep 2006

A Zimbabwean petty thief paid too much before choosing to steal some shorts worth P24 99 at a Pep Store at the South Ring Mall on September 9, 2006.

Douglas Matamba, 28, from Harare, Zimbabwe, was this week arraigned before the Urban Customary Court President, Kgosi Dikwalo Monametsi, charged with theft common and pleaded guilty to the charges.

25 Sep 2006

A 25-year-old Zimbabwean man from Harare, Zimbabwe was this Tuesday arraigned before the Gaborone West Customary Court President, Kgosi Hambira, charged with refusing to give police officers his names on September 14, 2006, at Gaborone West in Gaborone.

25 Sep 2006

Botswana Technology Centre (BOTEC) urged stakeholders in the home-ownership industry to support environmentally friendly housing projects as the nation strives for its long term Vision 2016, geared towards having affordable shelter in the next 10 years.

25 Sep 2006

Michael Molebatsi, 26, a labourer at the Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs, was this week arraigned before the Urban Customary Court President, Kgosi Dikwalo Monametsi, charged with assault common and pleaded guilty to the charges.

25 Sep 2006

A kombi conductor on Broadhurst Route 2 in Gaborone, Tebogo Rapalai, 19, of Boseja in Mochudi was this Tuesday arraigned before the Urban Customary Court President, Kgosi Dikwalo Monametsi, charged with obtaining by false pretences.

25 Sep 2006

Bank Gaborone, a retail bank which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Capricorn Investment Holdings (Botswana), opened its doors to customers last week as it tries to forge into the country’s over-banked market.

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