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09 Dec 2018

BY CALISTUS BOSALETSWE

Botswana has been referred as a conduit for Japan appetite for minerals and oil in the region after Fukushima nuclear disaster seven years which exacerbated Japans energy insecurity,and forced the country to aggressively explore and extract resources worldwide.

09 Dec 2018

BY ARNOLD LETSHOLO

Different stakeholders the past week met in Borolong, a district already experiencing the impacts of climate change, to device means of reducing its impacts- mitigation; and device means of positively living with its impacts-adaptation.

09 Dec 2018

A number of businesses are selling expired goods to unsuspecting customers in Sowa Town posing to them health hazards. The revelation was made by the Mayor of Sowa Town George Maphane during a Sowa Town Full Council meeting last week. He said during their routine inspections they identified retailers who were selling expired goods and they were fined for doing that.

09 Dec 2018

When the Botswana Football Association (BFA) finally announced the return of the FA Cup after a six year hiatus, a palpable sense of excitement and nostalgia engulfed local football followers.

There is something nostalgic, albeit even romantic about the FA Cup. The feeling that comes with the FA Cup is indescribable.

09 Dec 2018

By Godfrey Mowaneng

Whoever came up with the idiom ‘It never rains But it pours’ should have had Lobatse giants Extension Gunners in mind.

09 Dec 2018

BY DUNCAN KGANGKENNA

A Botswana Premier League Disciplinary ruling that found Mochudi Centre Chiefs guilty on two counts of misconduct is likely to compound problems at the troubled Kgatleng outfit.

Chiefs, which is already in the relegation quagmire and in serious financial troubles was charged P10 000 and also forfeited three points and two goals.

09 Dec 2018

By Anita Rannoba

In a country now dominated by western culture and games, Botswana Traditional Sport and Games Confederation (BTSGC) has taken a conscious decision to resuscitate the country’s indigenous games.

According to Kenneth Middleton, President of BTSGC, the move comes as local traditional games are facing a threat of extinction.

09 Dec 2018

‘We in the Botswana Democratic Party, promise to indulge on demand, every desire, wish and whim of Lieutenant General Ian Khama within the territorial borders of the Republic of Botswana for as long as he lives and for as long as we can use his family name.

09 Dec 2018

It has been almost a month since Member of Parliament Prince Maele shocked the nation by vowing to die for Ian Khama; a man he proudly called his paramount chief.

Barely anyone believes Maele meant what he said. This because he looked visibly ill at ease; rehearsed and uncomfortable too.

09 Dec 2018

“Thank you for your kind introduction. I am the fifth president of Botswana since independence, and indeed a beneficiary of the ‘succession plan’ entrenched in the country’s Constitution. But come October 2019 when the nation goes to the general elections – I will be on my own as they say.

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