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01 Nov 2018

By Basadi Morokotso

Maun residents have been urged to be extra vigilant and always be on alert for suspicious people parading as tourists and with intention to perform robberies and other crimes this festive season. This was said by Commissioner of Police Keabetswe Makgophe when launching the sixty days of action on crime and road safety in Maun on Monday.

01 Nov 2018

By Khonani Ontebetse

The Francistown Industrial Court Judge Galesite Baruti has temporarily halted Government’s decision to derecognise public sector trade unions. Following a decision by the government to derecognise public sector unions, the Botswana Federation of Public Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU) approached the court to have the decision set aside.

01 Nov 2018

By Calistus Bosaletswe

Namibian refugees fear that the Botswana government is secretly repatriating some of them after government attempts to deport them failed this year.

01 Nov 2018

By The Telegraph Reporter

The Directorate of Public Service Management (DPSM) has been interdicted from de-recognizing public service unions pursuant to its letter of October 16, 2018.

In the letter DPSM had resolved that the unions were not entitled to continued recognition in terms of the Public Service Act (PSA).

01 Nov 2018

By Basadi Morokotso

01 Nov 2018

By Victor Baatweng

Correspondence between the Russian Nickel producer Norilsk’s lawyers and those of the BCL liquidator Nigel Dixon-Warren, as seen by The Telegragh, shows that the tussle between the two is far from over.

01 Nov 2018

By Victor Baatweng

It’s a do-or-die for the troubled local retailer - Choppies Enterprises which has up until today (Wednesday) to publish its financial results for the period that ended in June 2018.

01 Nov 2018

By Kabelo Seitshiro

While a look from far could make the Botswana Energy Regulatory Authority (BERA) looks like a big elephant in the room, a closer look will however show that the authority is like a puppy - toothless.

01 Nov 2018

By Portia Nkani

Despite hiccups in the domestic banking sector, the commercial banks listed at the Botswana Stock Exchange Limited (BSEL) have delivered positive numbers on the third quarter of 2018 (Q3:2018).

01 Nov 2018

By Bonnie Modiakgotla

First National Bank Botswana, the biggest commercial bank in the country, appears fed up with mobile service providers that have encroached in what was traditionally the bank’s playground. The bank is responding with a similar product of its own.

01 Nov 2018

By John Regonamanye

The minister responsible for finance and economic development – Kenneth Matambo this week took his time to lecturer members of the House of Chiefs, otherwise known as ‘Ntlo ya Dikgosi’ on some of commonly (mis)used economic jargons.

01 Nov 2018

By Bonnie Modiakgotla

Sefalana Holding Company Limited - one of the top retailers in the country - has ended its long term relationship with its primary auditor - PWC.

01 Nov 2018

By Bonnie Modiakgotla

Wilderness Holdings just had its best half year results on the back of strong demand for bednights, utilisation of existing assets and the strengthening dollar. The ecotourism company on Monday released its unaudited financial results for the six months ended August 2018.

01 Nov 2018

By Joseph Balise

In an interview with Radio Botswana Monday morning, a senior IEC official confirmed that only one third of the targeted voting population had already registered to vote by the close of the seventh week of the registration exercise.

01 Nov 2018

Another weekend, another adventure! The BTC Premiership has caught fire .., literally!

It was another weekend full of ups and downs as the BTC Premiership went into its ninth (9th) week.

As is now the norm in the BTC Premiership for the past two seasons, it was drama, excitement and disappointments.

01 Nov 2018

By Anita Rannoba

Reining BTC premiership league champions, Township Rollers are finalising contractual terms with former Gaborone united coach, Rodolfo Zapata following the departure of Nikola Kavazovic.

01 Nov 2018

By Anita Rannoba

Debswana First Division North League (DFDL) is mourning the death of two players - Lovemore Murirwa of Sua Flamingos and Lesego Matoteng of Morupole Wanderers - who died after being involved in fatal accidents in a space of two days.

01 Nov 2018

By John Regonamanye

In the wake of escalating reports of doping in Botswana, a member of Ntlo Ya Dikgosi traditional leaders Kgosi Kgomotso Boiditswe has asked for clarification from the minister of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Thapelo Olopeng over the type of drugs prohibited at the Olympics and athletics competitions.

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