The Ministry of Communications Science and Technology is in the process of finalising an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Policy.
IAMGOLD, the dual-listed gold exploration and mining company, said Friday that it intends to float its shares on the Botswana Stock Exchange soon following the de-listing of Gallery Gold early this year.
In a bid to finance its expansion programme, the Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) sounded warning bells to the markets Friday about its intentions to raise P 400 million through the issuance of a bond in the coming year.
Coaching a team of Township Rollers’ caliber is not an easy task. One is always under intense scrutiny and pressure from important stakeholders like the supporters and the media. It is even worse if the results are not forthcoming because the team has ample resources and is an envy of many teams. Rollers have many quality players and a large support base throughout the country.
The Botswana Golf Union this week launched the Junior Development Coaching Clinic, a momentous programme that focuses on children of ages five to 17 years.
As the curtain is about to fall on the year 2006, it will be covering a year that was filled with both happiness and atrocious developments in the sports fraternity. Other sports codes had a financial windfall while others saw themselves struggling with sponsorships throughout the year. Other codes made visits to the courts of law their daily routine.
The virulent disease in the senior national team, Zebras, is spreading to the junior under 20 team. The Zebras have a tendency of scoring first in most of their games only to crumble when it matters the most, especially in the dying minutes.
December 9, 2006, marks the World Anti Corruption Day.
With this day in mind Transparency International Botswana would like to send a message and share some useful information with Botswana Government, Business community, civil society and the general public.
The excitement of graduating has clouded many from seeing the relevance of certain academic programmes, or lack thereof, in present day Botswana and indeed the wider world. The privilege of walking the hallowed halls of university, the parties and unbelievable freedom that are part of student life further compound the paralysis.
There was never a dull moment at the emotionally charged Botswana Unified Local Government Service Association National Congress which saw incumbent President Pelotshweu Baeng and his campaign team romp to victory in a hotly contested campaign.