Friday, December 13, 2019

News

Botswana tumbles on sustainable goals

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are critical of Botswana’s attitude towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals...

DCEC, DIS losing spy wars

When South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa delayed in congratulating his Botswana counterpart, President Mokgweetsi Masisi on his election victory, conspiracy theorists went into overdrive. Curiously,...

Is Khama privy to Boko and Moti’s plan to take over Botswana and Zimbabwe?

Self-exiled Zimbabwean G40 kingpin Professor Jonathan Moyo and MDC-ALLIANCE leader Nelson Chamisa are banking on former President Lt Gen Ian Khama’s supporters in the Botswana...

This is how Khama would have returned to power even when he wasn’t contesting

A month after the historic October 23 election, the Umbrella for Democratic Change still finds itself having to disentangle itself from former president Ian...

Court grants “Butterfly” bail

Terror accused Welheminah Maswabi has scored a small but significant victory against the State after her application for bail was granted by the Gaborone...

World knows about Botswana’s ‘network e down’ debacle

In case you haven’t noticed, for three successive state-of-the-nation addresses now, no Botswana president (which means only two) has raved about the wonders of...

Okaile to be hauled over the coals by CMB creditors

Details of how Capital Management Botswana (CMB) allegedly siphoned off tens of millions of Pula belonging to pensioners are expected to be unravelled when...

Gov’t reneges on P24M lawsuit settlement

The government has reconsidered their earlier decision to settle a P24 million gravel pit site lawsuit out of court. Earlier this year lawyers representing...

Botswana to synchronise health sector data

Botswana`s health sector is set to undergo a makeover as it considers use of digital technologies to address people related challenges through creating meaning...

Should judges determine their own impartiality?

For justice to be served cases are expected to be evaluated on their merits, without prejudice or preconception. Ideally, judges should recuse themselves of...