The case in which Russian nickel giant Norilsk Nickel is suing the Botswana Government to recover US$270 million (Approximately P2.7 billion) veered off into a new row as liquidator Nigel Dixon-Warren is now suing South Africa’s Mineral Resources Minister and Department of Mines Acting Director General David Msiza.
Controversial social media journalist, Daniel Kenosi has broken the golden rule of journalism and sold out his source to embattled Managing Director of the Diamond Trading Company Botswana (DTCB) Tabake Kobedi who is fighting back against allegations on social media that he had a sexual relationship with a minor.
Houston, Texas (USA):The ambiance was just right for the occasion to celebrate Africa’s best model in combating AIDS, the same resilience that is now being replicated to fight and win the war against cancer and associated blood diseases.
In the ongoing chess game between President Mokgweetsi Masisi and his predecessor, Lieutenant General Ian Khama, it is being whispered that some of 2019 parliamentary candidates who have been associated with the latter, actually secretly support the former.
By giving Elephants Without Borders (EWB) P600 000 to nurse three baby elephants which die and come to life in a controversial all-purpose picture, the government helped the NGO contradict a conservation doctrine it subscribes to.
The Lobatse High Court on Wednesday placed the Capital Management Botswana under final liquidation following a protracted legal battle with the Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA).
Botswana Government has once again reiterated its position that their invitation to a wildlife and environmental expert Mike Chase to come forward and show the carcasses of 87 elephants he is said to have seen still stands.
Citizen minority shareholders in the Botswana Stock Exchange listed Sechaba Brewery Holdings which is a holding company for Kgalagadi Breweries Limited have expressed anxiety that a South African company is planning to stage a stealth takeover of the company without according other shareholders, especially citizens and Botswana based pension funds an opportunity to also purchase or increase the
In Botswana it is easier to have a back street abortion than to be treated for flu at Princes Marina Hospital.
For P800 and a click of the mouse, Batswana women who wish to terminate unwanted pregnancies can have their wishes fulfilled in a few hours while flue patients are still queing on the line to see a doctor – Sunday Standard investigations have revealed.
Divorce is becoming increasingly common; the burden of shame, failure, and blame continues to haunt divorcees and women are suffering the worst of it.