In a bid to give women a voice, a young local entrepreneur, Laone Ramatlhape says she is about to add a feather in her cap by hosting her own online talk show discussing socio-economic issues affecting women in an edutainment manner.
The world is now battling a mental illness epidemic. Unfortunately, this epidemic is a silent one due to a stigma associated with professing that one is afflicted with mental illness. People with mental illness face many prejudices. For example, one may wrongly assume that they are unpredictable, violent or lazy and perceive them as a threat.
The main objective of the Nagoya is the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the utilisation of genetic resources, thereby contributing to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. The project started in 2016 and is scheduled to end in 2019 and is a supplementary agreement to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
What we currently know as the English language, which is developed in Britain, America, Australia, New Zealand and various parts of the world, is an immigrant language. English is rightly traced to Britain. But it did not begin there. It came into Britain through the invading Anglo-Saxons in the fifth century.
Delivering a keynote address at the Serowe Agricultural Show last week, President Mokgweetsi unveiled his Government’s big and ambitious commitment to the Agriculture sector.
He started by spelling out reforms that Government feels are needed – not just in the sector itself but also in other related ones.
Botswana Democratic Party is at a 9.5 Magnitude Political earth quake. This is a very serious shake up that this Party finds itself in our era.
President Mokgweetsi Masisi has become the target of a smear campaign as his efforts to clean up the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) runs into a vicious counter-offensive.
“Alarming findings on freedom of speech” in Botswana by an Afrobarometer study has revealed for the first time the extent to which former President Lt Gen Ian Khama has steered the once shining example of democracy towards a dictatorship.
The Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) may be the biggest loser under the new broadcasting law which seeks to level the political playing field and insulate Botswana elections from meddling by foreign powers.