At the height of the electoral season, when ritual murder is suspected in almost every missing-person case, a Tswapong village grapevine has falsely labelled an innocent man a ritual murderer courtesy of a fibbing primary school student who stayed out late.
BY KHONANI ONTEBETSE
The African Commission on Human and People's Rights has accused Botswana government of airbrushing its human rights report in a bid to present a beautiful picture to the world.
Just like a simmering volcano under the rocks which often erupts unexpectedly causing devastation, land conflicts behave in the same fashion. More often land conflicts are taken frivolously, but the truth of the matter is they have caused wars, bloodshed and even deaths across the world.
BY PORTI NKANI
BY PORTIA NKANI
The local bourse is on its way to a three year long bear run with cumulative losses on the Domestic Company Index (DCI) from 2016 amounting to 28.6 percent as at the end of third quarter (Q3) of 2018.
There has however been an overall positive earnings season, and a number of counters seem to offer value.
BY OBUSITSE KOLOGWE
One of the leading education institutions in the country, Institution for Development Management (IDM) last week held a celebration in Francistown as it officially opened its campus in Francistown and its Centre for Local government. The institution is located within Botho University Premises in Francistown.
BY PATIENCE RADISOENG
Tourists who wish to swap night city lights for natural one from moon and stars will have to look no further than Botswana, a local safari company - Going Africa Safaris and Tours has aid.
BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA
One of the biggest commercial bank in the country - First National Bank Botswana (FNBB) appears fed up with mobile service providers that have encroached in what was traditionally the bank’s playground. The bank is responding with a similar product of its own.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
The United States Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has issued an advisory to banks in the United States of America regarding the screening of transactions from two African countries – Botswana and Ghana.
BY PORTIA NKANI
A new European Union ambassador is in town – and he is ready to hit the ground running, looking at ways to improve bilateral ties as well as maintain relation between Botswana and his native land.