If you are in your teens and own a Smartphone chances are you have a mental disorder.
Masa Square Hotel recognises that the hotel industry uses and loses a vast amount of linen each year, especially when occupancies are high.
Clash of SADC’s Finest Spinners
Local traditional dance troupe Morogo wa Ngwana left for Seoul, South Korea recently to perform at the Cheonan World Dance festival international competition that features countries such as China, Brazil, Turkey and Botswana to name a few.
Events management, advertising and lifestyle company Richman has partnered with popular South African actor and influencer Sthembiso Khoza popularly known as ‘Shaka’ in Connie and Shona Ferguson’s DStv premium telenovela ‘The Queen’ for the first ever film, TV, visual and performing arts capacity building symposium on October 5.
In Botswana it is easier to have a back street abortion than to be treated for flu at Princes Marina Hospital.
For P800 and a click of the mouse, Batswana women who wish to terminate unwanted pregnancies can have their wishes fulfilled in a few hours while flue patients are still queing on the line to see a doctor – Sunday Standard investigations have revealed.
Divorce is becoming increasingly common; the burden of shame, failure, and blame continues to haunt divorcees and women are suffering the worst of it.
Muti is a four letter word. Most Batswana consider the M word faux pas and will not mention in urbane company unless they are disparaging someone for believing in the power of black magic.
The cocktail of lust and love is a drug that gives a massive kick. Nothing compares to the feeling of new found infatuation, the euphoria that comes with wanting and being wanted, the ripple of excitement when you get a text from a loved one. The euphoria however wears off with time creating room for an attractive “other” to lure you away and challenge the sanctity of your relationship.
Romantics believe money can’t buy love, but Botswana official statistics suggests it sure can help a marriage — at least to a point.
The perceived positive relationship between a stable family income and marital bliss is no secret. This may help explain why many married couples untie the knot whenever the country’s economy takes a knock.