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11 Dec 2006

AIR BOTSWANA has been named best full service regional airline at the annual excellence awards of the Airports Company of South Africa.

The award is for Air Botswana’s passenger services at O.R.Tambo (formerly Johannesburg) International Airport and Cape Town International Airport.

11 Dec 2006

A month ago, promoters Street Horn Jazz moved into the Lizard Lounge, a venue located at the Village complex next to Gym Active in Gaborone. A different tune now plays at the 400-capacity venue, where Gaborone’s beautiful young things used to get down to house music and hip hop. Syrupy grooves are now played to a congregation of jazz lovers of 24 years and over.

11 Dec 2006

The festive season in Botswana is unlike any other season. It is as though this is the one time of the year that everyone has been eagerly anticipating and, when it finally arrives, there is an air of excitement that is hard to disregard. Places like restaurants, malls and various other hangout spots are abuzz with excited people with extra cash to spend on themselves and others.

11 Dec 2006

As part of its on-going drive to deliver a premium service to the bank’s executive clientele, Standard Chartered last week launched the new Platinum current account and Platinum Visa debit card.

11 Dec 2006

Early this week, the Botswana Telecommunications Corporation started its 2-week Wellness Exposition for its employees.

The Expo will run from the 4th – 15th December. This activity began in Gaborone on Monday, December 04, 2006 with an opening ceremony at BTC Headquarters, Megaleng, and moved on to other BTC centres all around the country.

11 Dec 2006

A simplistic or rigid economic approach to economic development can be misleading and dangerous, particularly in a country lacking in public discussion by reason of insufficiency of mass media.

11 Dec 2006

The Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC)’s Annual Report for 2005 – 6 was voted the best parastatal and overall best Annual Report in Botswana this year. This was witnessed at the glittery annual PRICEWATERHOUSECOPPERS (PWC) Annual Report prize giving ceremony, held on November 23, 2006.

11 Dec 2006

As a country and people, we have every reason to worry at the fast pace at which our national politics is losing both conviction and passion.
Debates in parliament are no longer as inspiring as they used to.

11 Dec 2006

The rise in the number of copper cable thefts and vandalism, which are now a global epidemic, are costing companies million of pula in repairs and replacements nationwide.

To highlight the problem, the Botswana Telecommunication Corporation (BTC) organized a stakeholders’ seminar to discuss the pandemic.

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