Wednesday, December 8, 2021

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Free enterprise is key to high income, not big Gov’t or more SOEs

Our ambition of moving from where we are as an upper middle income economy to a prosperous country with a very high standard of...

Ian Khama should come back home and stay put – or he risks giving his opponents an easy present

The ease with which former president Ian Khama left Botswana for South Africa was proof enough – if any such proof was ever needed...

Omicron Variant in Botswana and What this Means for Public Health

The announcement of a new Coronavirus variant now designated by WHO as Omicron has sent Southern African governments, and much of global society, including...

General Khama’s Republican Guard

Currently there are issues around Khama’s security detail. As things stand, the former president has two sets of security, one private and another provided...

Need for Donor-Funding Should Not Erode Our Sense of Ethics

On Monday the 29 November 2021, the highest court in the land upheld the fundamental human rights of the LGBTIQ community as handed down in...

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STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS: DAY 23( Response To The President's Speech ) ... See MoreSee Less
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KHAMA, SUPPORTERS HOLD ZOOM CONFERENCE AS ASYLUM APPLICATION LOOMSFormer President Ian Khama together with his supporters among them Ratsie Setlhako and Cathrine Sepora are expected hold a zoom press conference in a bid to present Botswana to the international community as an unsafe country.Setlhako and Sepora were recently questioned and detained at a DIS facility in Sebele.Khama is alledgely going to use the zoom conferrnce to support his application for asylum in one of the Asian Countries.These two are alledgely expected to reveal that Botswana is not safe and that people are being arrested and killed under dubious circumstances. ... See MoreSee Less
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