Friday, July 30, 2021


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BPC’s application for a price increase makes commercial sense

Botswana has too many state owned enterprises (SOEs) and the majority of these make losses and are a drain on the fiscus. Many commentators...

Whither career diplomats!

Career diplomats are a dying breed. The stacking of the diplomatic service with well known politicians has no doubt tilted the balance of power against...

Botswana Must Grab the Economic Bull by the Horns

During one of Cecil John Rhodes’ travels, he was found to be unusually quiet by his travel companions and they asked; “What is it...

Covid-19 Pandemic Mental Health Revisited

In Botswana mental health issues have never really been given much attention by either ordinary people or authorities. In fact, mental health though increasingly frequently...

Foundations of Public Policy on Health Coverage: A guide to Botswana’s Health Care Reforms

Universal Health Coverage (UHC) has gained great attention among policymakers and academics since the publication of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) World Health Report...


DIPATISISO DI SUPILE FA MADUO A NAMETSA FA ODI PATAGANTSE"Dipatisiso tse di duleng kgwedi tse pedi tsedi fetileng di supa gore, batho baba tsereng AstraZeneca ba kgona gore ba neelwe PFizer kana Moderna as their second dose. Mme ebile dipatisiso tseo di supa gore di thusa mmele thata fa odi patagantse jalo gona lefa o dirile AstraZeneca lemao la ntlha, le la bobedi. Maduo a teng ane a nametsa" - Prof Mosepele ... See MoreSee Less
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"Tota lefatshe la rona fa leleng teng, gongwe nkabo re dule ka lenaneo la go dira di vaccine. Batswana ba tlhola ba botsa gore 'ao! Lena le dingwaga lo dira di vaccine tsa diphologolo, ke ka go reng losa dire vaccine'. A re lebaneng mo matlhong, re ipotse gore re dire eng, gore kamoso bana ba seka bare botsa gore lone lwa dira eng gore le baakanyetse lefatshe le, gore fa sengwe sa go tshwana lese se diragala re dire jang" - Prof Mosepele ... See MoreSee Less
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MASISI THREATENS TO DEAL WITH PESSIMISTS, DEFENDS DADAPresident Masisi today told a select business community in Maun on the sidelines of his visit to Letsholathebe Hospital that there was nothing wrong with what businessman and BDP treasurer Sata Dada did by donating his house as a vaccination centre. The select business community dubbed "Project Sanitise Maun" is a group of private business companies in the tourism town which has volunteered to help govt with Covid-19 precaution related services.Masisi applauded the group and promised that, "I will deal with anyone who want to assault what you do" ... See MoreSee Less
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WINTER MEETING: DAY 17 ... See MoreSee Less
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Sunday Standard/ The Telegraph
WINTER MEETING- DAY 17 ... See MoreSee Less
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