The Directorate of Intelligence and Security Services (DIS) may be called to testify against its former Director General Isaac Kgosi after it emerged that he lied in order to divert P250 million from the planned construction of Petroleum Storage Facilities.
Former President Ian Khama’s decision to introduce Alcohol Levy and liquor regulations pushed the sale of liquor underground and drove scores of Batswana into poverty and drugs a study by Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA) has revealed.
According to declassified CIA documents, a year after the death of his father, then Brigadier Ian Khama, got so fed up with the administration of President Sir Ketumile Masire that he began toying toyed with the idea of quitting the army and becoming a politician.
Never before has anyone been ceaselessly hauled over a carpet of hot (Morupule B) coals back and forth between Ramatlabama and Ramokgwebana over their use of a popular but little-understood Setswana word.
The Ministry of Transport and Communications is planning a major shake down that will result in scores of politicians being chucked out of the boards of companies under the Botswana Post Holdings Group.
A second-language English speaker would probably have been able to use that fact as an excuse for their choice of words but that option doesn’t exist for Elephants Without Borders because it is helmed by people whose mother tongue is English.
With ruling party tenderpreneur-cum-politicians having broken up primary-elections camps across the country, alcohol sales across the country will certainly have dipped to their lowest in months.
Capital Management Botswana (CMB) directors Tim Marsland and Rapula Okaile want the High Court to rescind a decision by Justice Mercy Garakwe placing the company under final liquidation.
Justice Garekwe confirmed last week the final liquidation of CMB and John Little of Corporate Service as its liquidator.
A damning audit report has revealed that millions of Pula were siphoned from Botswana Public Employees Union (BOPEU) through flawed internal controls and questionable donations to unnamed “third parties.”
An unscrupulous Francistown based lawyer, Moabi Madandume was on Friday struck off the register of practicing attorneys after being found guilty of professional misconduct.