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20 May 2007

Parliament on Monday will have a new office led by a Sergeant At Arms. Parliamentary counsel, Lizo Ngcongco, said this when responding to a question raised by a member of the House of Chiefs on Wednesday.

Ngcongco told the House that the Sergeant At Arms office would be tasked with keeping law and order in the precincts of the parliament, including the House of Chiefs.

20 May 2007

The case in which police inspector David William and his wife Seonyana are facing P2 million fraud charges is still to be scheduled for trial three years after the hearing was postponed.

20 May 2007

Duma Boko, a Gaborone lawyer who jointly represented the Basarwa in a case they were opposing their relocation from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, says that they intend to apply to the Lobatse High Court for their case to be heard.

20 May 2007

All eyes will be on Extension Two Principal Magistrate, Barnabas Nyamazabo, who, on Thursday May 31, is expected to deliver judgment in the case in which Gaborone tycoon, Robert Masitara, is facing charges of raping his former employee.

20 May 2007

Ousted members of the Botswana Mine Workers Union who did time last year for contempt of court face a further 30 day jail term should they fail to return the union property.

20 May 2007

Hardly four months after the much publicized love triangle scandal between a married senior police officer and his junior female officer in Tlokweng, yet another police boss was caught by his wife with his pants down.

20 May 2007

The Botswana Police Service is planning to set up a National Intervention Unit under the Special Support Group (SSG) to enhance the techniques and tactics used to manage violent situations by dangerous criminals.

20 May 2007

More than 200 casual security guards have taken the Gaborone City Council to the labour department following a pay dispute.

The 208 stand in security guards were last year called in to take the place of private security companies that had pulled out their guards because the council would not pay then.

20 May 2007

Thousands of Batswana throughout the country have had to go without running water because of questionable decisions and administrative blunders at the Department of Water Affairs. The blunders are costing tax payers millions of pula.

20 May 2007

Water Utilities Corporation stands to lose the 15 year warrantee of the North South Carrier water pipeline as a result of government’s decision to build the new university at Palapye in a plot that cuts across the controversial multi billion Pula pipeline.

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