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15 Apr 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Between pounding the pavement looking for a job and waiting patiently at home for a phone call inviting then to a job interview, thousands of Batswana youth are going through a period ofpsychological stress which has added a new  phrase to the mental health lexicon: quarter life crisis.

15 Apr 2019

BY MOSIDI MOKAEYA

It is almost 20 years since local jazz sensation ‘Shanti Lo’s deep soulful voice made music to Batswana’s ears, and like fine wine she continues to get better with time.

15 Apr 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

15 Apr 2019

BY RUTH KEDIKILWE

01 Apr 2019

By Mpho Kuhlmann

25 Mar 2019

By Ruth Kedikilwe

Twenty-two year old Katso Tlobogang’s rise from a laughing stock to national acclaim is a classic modern day Cinderella fairy tale. What looked like a moment of despair turned into a rapture of exaltation for the Ramotswa youngster when a nasty run of cyber-bullying ricocheted her from zero to hero.

25 Mar 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Botswana’s most notorious contribution to the English language is possibly “small house”. The two word phrase which has made its way into the mainstream local English lexicon is an attempt by Botswana men, to give a culturally acceptable frame of reference to their otherwise stigmatised bit of fluff.

25 Mar 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Ask any Gaborone woman what her biggest fear is and the likely answer is “being single forever.” Now, there’s a new bogeyman in town: a Mr after Nine clothed as Mr Right.

18 Mar 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Malebogo Tiego has been to hell and back. The self employed mother of three endured years of fire and brimstone from her hot tempered husband until she finally walked out of the marriage.

18 Mar 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Pictures of devil may care bad boys with soul gazing eyes and celebrities in their debaucherous rhapsody are the rave of Facebook and Twitter feeds. Whether on you face or subliminal, turpitude has gained a malevolent allure among Botswana’s youth, giving a fresh wind to Botswana’s drug and alcohol addiction.

15 Mar 2019

The usual serene village of Tonota bustled with more activity at the weekend.

That was when residents and onlookers from surrounding villages thronged the village kgotla (amphitheatre) to witness the Bakhurutshe Chief, Bokamoso Radipitse get married.

15 Mar 2019

By Patience Radisoeng

Men and Boys for Gender Equality (MBGE) calls on government to develop policies for granting parental leave.

15 Mar 2019

By Ruth Kedikilwe

Online activities have made more than just studying, shopping communicating and working easier but also dating.

15 Mar 2019

By Mosidi Mokaeya

The city is buzzing in anticipation of Mo Town and Afro Nights featuring The Manhattans and The Temptations Review. The show is scheduled to light up Gaborone come Friday night at Ba Isago Convention Center.

15 Mar 2019

By Patience Radisoeng

Epilepsy is a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. However Young Epilepsy Botswana (YEB) public relations personnel, Bame Motsomatshukudu said not all seizures are due to epilepsy as other conditions that can look like epilepsy include fainting, or very low blood sugar in some people being treated for diabetes.

11 Mar 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Armed and dangerous! The chilling phrase that is always associated with menacing blood thirsty criminals is now as much part of Botswana schools as chalk and blackboard.

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