The Botswana Export Development and Investment Authority (BEDIA) forges ahead this week with its matchmaking mandate to help Botswana businesses find trading and operating partners beyond the country’s borders.
Contrary to recent reports that Debswana mines are not efficiently managed, information released this week shows that they are the best performing in all the mines that De Beers has a stake.
Debswana mines in Botswana are a 50/50 percent operation between Botswana government and the South African De Beers.
In his article published in the Sunday Standard for the week 17 – 23 September 2006, Blazer Ntshiamisang, remarks that in the third world, unions are industrial relations backup and wage increase campaigners.
The duties of directors and government feature prominently in company law. These duties go along with the directors’ liability and breaches of such duties.
Authentic education engenders transformative self-awareness and increases human capacity to identify and assertively respond to existential challenges. Meaningfully educated people have impeccable moral courage, and are the unadulterated conscience - the moral voice of society. They passionately create propitious conditions for their own empowerment and that of posterity.
It is time to read the Botswana newspapers when I become reticent and numb for a while in defeat. The words prick my heart with great strength and send to my brain the conspicuous reality that the evil has found another lease of life. The opposition has done it again not through losing elections this time; but by refusing to prepare to win.
Beatmatched hip hop mixtapes containing remixes, voice-overs and freestyles (improvisational rapping) from established and upcoming rappers and sold illegally, have maintained a symbiotic relationship with the hip hop music industry since the genesis of the culture, despite mixtapes’ marauding ways
Supposedly a tool of great convenience, the cellphone has brought a few headaches for some couples, writes EPHRAIM KEORENG
The sheer convenience of the tool is what makes it one of the greatest inventions of all time.
It does not rain but pours for our beleaguered opposition. We are now being treated to a circus show. It was reported that BCP President Gil Saleshando warned his BNF counterpart, Dr Cathleen Letshabo, not to attend the meeting between opposition party Presidents scheduled for this Sunday.
A number of Botswana lecturers, medical doctors and researchers have joined forces to try and force Botswana to cut down on beer drinking. But given the strong business and political interests that back the multi-million-pula industry, is this a battle they can win? – Asks OLIVER MODISE