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14 Oct 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

When is arape not rape? That question ussually hovers in the air in Botswana especially when an estranged husband comes back out of the blue to demand ‘his conjugal rights’ by force.

For years Botswana legal minds, women’s rights activists and traditionalists have failed to find common ground on the issue.

14 Oct 2019

BY RUTH KEDIKILWE

14 Oct 2019

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08 Oct 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

In the genetic lottery, slender women seem to have hit the jackpot. Two of the largest international studies of mating preferences ever conducted have revealed men are more inclined to look for a good-looking and slender woman.

08 Oct 2019

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30 Sep 2019

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23 Sep 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

Long after the pregnancy glow has faded, the baby shower gifts have been unwrapped and the maternity leave is over, thousands of Botswana’s new working moms find themselves flying blind into their fifth trimester.

23 Sep 2019

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16 Sep 2019

RUTH KEDIKILWE and MOSIDI MOKAEYA sift through the 2019 elections banter

09 Sep 2019

BY MPHO KUHLMANN

“I’m sorry miss but the test proves you are HIV positive.”

These life changing words echo in the ears of many faithful monogamous women who go in for what they thought was a routine health check up.

Most leave the doctor’s office in shock and disbelief unable to make sense of the test results.

09 Sep 2019

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09 Sep 2019

BY RUTH KEDIKILWE

It is very disheartening to see young men lurking around street corners begging for coins whilst holding on to milk pints for dear life inhaling and exhaling glue out of them.

At the other end adults battle with repossession of assets, unable to provide for their family because they have gambled away their earnings.

06 Sep 2019

By Lesley Seetso

Poverty has spread its roots into the far and near places where some people live their lives shackled to hardship.

Until intervention, they will continue to be assaulted by obscurity and the insecurities that come with it. The story of the development of a young girl child is not as glorious as was the news of their birth.

06 Sep 2019

MultiChoice Africa has announced the graduation of the first students of the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Southern African Academy.

Along with Certificates of Completion, various students were rewarded with exciting opportunities including placements and internships with the New York Film Academy College of Visual & Performing Arts (NYFA) in New York.

06 Sep 2019

By Lesley Seetso

Dignity thrives where it is cultivated and nourished.

It is no secret that many Batswana live their lives within the confines of poverty, unemployment and hardships. Such a people can never know what it means to live decently until someone intervenes.

06 Sep 2019

The ALUB at its recent AGM, elected Ronald Samuels as its chairperson. He is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Botswana Life Insurance Limited.

Samuels takes over from outgoing chairman, Thebe Modikwe.

01 Sep 2019

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02 Sep 2019

By Ruth Kedikilwe

Say Facebook and most people think of endless hours of banter, jokes, political outbursts and nothing really to write home about.

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