Gaborone West customary court on Friday found two young Batswana men guilty of stealing scrap metals and motor vehicle parts worthy P 600.
Because of their unusual working hours, criminals are now targeting police officers’ quarters. This was evident at a recent trial at Gaborone customary court presided by deputy court president, Daniel Setshwane.
Emmanuel Molefhe, 24, from Mochudi, was caught red-handed inside a police quarter belonging to Constable Thabo Phadi of Gaborone police station.
Prosecution officers in an armed robbery case involving a 29-year-old Zezuru national, Tobias Chivaura, are in a dilemma.
The officer who investigated the case is no more. His deputy resigned from the police services.
Expect a police officer to come knocking next time you decide to illegally dump your trash in Phakalane.
To combat an ongoing problem of illegal dumping in Phakalane, the property developer that is building the upmarket suburb, Phakalane Estates (Pty) Ltd has employed casual workers to take down registration numbers of trucks offloading garbage at undeveloped parts of Phakalane.
Botswana’s commercial banks are forcing their customers to use the bank’s preferred panel of lawyers in transactions involving the moving of property, instead of allowing the customers to shop for preferred attorneys, it has emerged.
Air traffic at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport was delayed and disrupted on Saturday morning following a bomb scare.
At the time of going to press, security agents at the airport, with reinforcements from the army, were working hard to establish the veracity of the threat.
Botswana’s biggest local chain Supermarket, Choppies, is being quizzed by police officers, Immigration officers and labour officials as part of the ongoing human trafficking investigation.
The Botswana Government will not embargo goods from Sniper Africa, a South African company alleged to be sponsoring Al Qaeda and currently supplying Botswana with camouflage tunics.
Gaborone United (GU)’s die hard supporters dub it ‘Moyagoleele o lefa ka marapo.’ It is a Setswana proverb that literally means that when a person is terminally ill, he or she might recuperate and become a healthier person ever.
Tlokweng is a place blessed with all the football talent one can think of in Botswana. Yester year stars, such as Master Katse and Desmond Molefhe, are from Tlokweng and even incumbent Zebras first choice goalkeeper, Modiri Marumo. Tlokweng’s abundance of talent is even indicated by the fact that there are many teams representing Tlokweng in various divisions.