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03 Feb 2019

BY KHONANI ONTEBETSE & REUBEN PITSE

A section of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) leadership that is pushing back against President Masisi’s attempt to stop the flow of dirty money into politics has closed rank around a Chinese contractor whose multi million Pula tender was stopped following intelligence information of alleged corruption.

03 Feb 2019

BY THOBO MOTLHOKA

Former Trade minister Sadique Kebonang’s mother, Jeannette Mooketsi, can ride a taxi while her Mercedes Benz is still in possession of the Directorate of Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC), Justice Monametsi Gaongalelwe has ruled.

Mooketsi on Friday lost with costs an appeal not to have her Mercedes Benz impounded by the DCEC. 

03 Feb 2019

In a development that could prove very costly to pension fund administrators, two former employees of African Alliance have won a court case through which they sought to recoup money they had been paying into the company’s pension fund. 

03 Feb 2019

As the Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation in the previous administration, Phandu Skelemani, could read his principal’s mind and read it well.

03 Feb 2019

BY MOSIDI MOKAEYA

Maun based Professor at the Okavango Research Institute, Joseph Mbaiwa, has dismissed the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Trans-frontier Conservation Areas (TFCAs) as mere paper parks.

03 Feb 2019

BY REUBEN PITSE & KHONANI ONTEBETSE

It never rains but pours for businessman Bakang Seretse.

03 Feb 2019

Here at home, this one meeting has been hailed as evidence that Masisi is keeping the right company by associating with a leader who transformed a basket case into a bread basket within a short period of time.

03 Feb 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

Just under P900 a month - this is what general workers are alleged to be earning at retail giant Choppies Enterprises, a company whose dual listing at the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) and Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is still on suspension.   

03 Feb 2019

BY MOSIDI MOKAEYA

If you're passionate about any subject and you have decent writing skills, blogging definitely could be an alternative career path for you.

This is according to South Africa based Social Media expert and influencer - Ashleigh Burton who was in the capital Gaborone recently.

03 Feb 2019

BY VICTOR BAATWENG

There is a “new” word making a buzz in town – “toppling”. It was made popular by the ex-chief spy Isaac Kgosi during his arrest at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport a few weeks ago.

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