According to the latest edition of Doing Business 2019: Training for Reform report, released this week, Botswana has been ranked 86 out of 190 economies in the ease of doing business.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
On Friday the minister responsible for housing – Vincent Seretse officially launched the Botswana Housing Corporation’s latest housing project dubbed Tsholofelo 372 Housing Development.
BY KABELO SEITSHIRO
BY DUNCAN KGANGKENNA
The Botswana Football Association leadership is accused of purging football administrators/officials who are linked to the past regime.
This follows the recent wholesale suspension of the Debswana First Division North (DFDN) executive committee which is believed to be aligned with former BFA president, Tebogo Sebego.
BY PATIENCE LEPHOGOLE
Botswana Cricket Association (BCA) National team Head Coach Joseph Angara has hailed the country’s national team efforts in Africa qualifiers.
Angara shared the sentiments on the backdrop of the qualification of the team to compete at the Africa Qualifier finals billed for Uganda in May 2019.
BY GODFREY MOWANENG
BTC Premiership giants Township Rollers has called for support from the Botswana Premier League (BPL) as they prepare to conquer Africa in the 2018/19 CAF Champions league scheduled to kick start this month.
BY DUNCAN KGANGKENNA
Botswana Football Association (BFA) and Lobatse Extension Gunners chairperson Tariq Babitseng are headed for collision over a long unresolved 2014 money issue.
This follows a letter of demand from the BFA calling on the former BFA Executive committee to retire some of the ‘imprest’ he was given years ago while on national duties.
“Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity,” so goes a Poem titled The Second Coming by William Butler Yeats.
Botswana Football Association (BFA) is optimistic it will be able to drastically reduce its deficit in the coming year.
Contrary to reports making rounds that the association is P18 million in debt, Motlogelwa said the association this year reported its lowest deficit in years.
BY MPHO KUHLMANN
I have spent a good thirty minutes this morning trying to remember the last time I heard a woman admire a fellow woman without pointing out a single flaw or belittling the difficultly-offered admiration by being condescending, and boy have I struggled!
BY Ruth Kedikilwe
Social media exploded with flak and abuse earlier this week as debate raged over a Facebook post on the impending nuptials between local socialite former Botswana Television news anchor Gloria Kgosi and a man who appears to be 12 years her junior.
Stephen Corry lives in London but can so accurately describe the Okavango Delta as if he lives in it.
The full decision rendered by the Competition Authority reveals the extent to which Choppies Distribution Centre and Payless Supermarket lied to the Authority in order to be exempted from certain requirements of the Competition Act.
It is diffi cult to make sense of what to judge UDC on.
BY Richard Moleofe
Soldiers are not known to often be key players in deciding the way elections go. Botswana Defence Force is one such military organization that has often clearly asserted its position in as far as who goes to parliament. This is how soldiers have chosen to become players in our thriving democracy.
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For some time now the fall out between His Excellency President Dr Masisi and immediate past former President Dr Khama seems to be causing a lot of anxiety for many people across the political divide.
BY PATIENCE LEPHOGOLE
Botswana took a step closer to the ICC WT20 Africa qualifiers with a well deserved nine (9) wicket victory over a hapless Eswatini today (Wednesday).
By Mpho Keleboge
Umbrella for Democratic Party (UDC) has said that it is ready to welcome back members of the Alliance for the Progressives (AP) into the coalition ahead of the 2019 general elections in an effort to wrestle power from the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP).
By Reuben Pitse
The minister of Local Government Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi has challenged Kgatleng district council to take a decision on whether to open a controversial multi-million shopping complex that has become a “white elephant” or to demolish the building once and for all.