Former President Ian Khama has developed cold feet over his decision to sue President Mokgweetsi Masisi following the latter’s refusal to grant him permission to appoint former spy boss Isaac Kgosi as his Private Secretary.

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.

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Former President Ian Khama has developed cold feet over his decision to sue President Mokgweetsi Masisi following the latter’s refusal to grant him permission to appoint former spy boss Isaac Kgosi as his Private Secretary.

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...

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...

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...

Editorials / Opinions

The two dozen or so journalists wrinkled their noses and gagged as they struggled to keep down th

President Mokgweetsi Masisi should move swiftly to give back the guns his government seized from

There is a deep irony and even paradox about what Botswana Development Corporation was establishe

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    Business

    Just under six months into office, the government of President Mokgweetsi Masisi has been greeted

    Despite making marked advances as business owners, women entrepreneurs across the globe are still

    While Botswana was this month plunged in a publicity nightmare following false reports of mass el

    Due to improved global demand, it is expected that Botswana’s non-mining output will increase in

    Lifestyle

    In Botswana it is easier to have a back street abortion than to be treated for flu at Princes Mar

    Divorce is becoming increasingly common; the burden of shame, failure, and blame continues to hau

    The cocktail of lust and love is a drug that gives a massive kick.

    Sports

    Gaborone United (GU) Chairman Boitumelo Nsunge has rubbished reports that the club is facing anot

    Township Rollers is allegedly moving closer to changing from a society to a fully fledged company

    Botswana Football Association (BFA) has parted ways with its erstwhile suspended Finance Officer

    Tsaone Latiwa of Botrail Cycling club has become the latest cyclist to receive an elite scholarsh

    In-Depth

    The two dozen or so journalists wrinkled their noses and gagged as they struggled to keep down th

    One little but highly inconvenient detail about the young Ian Khama that Mmegi publicised years a

    How, people ask, can the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism, Tsh

    Of the tallest orders that he could ever have had to contend with in the first few months of his