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Cronyism and corruption disguised as citizen empowerment threaten Botswana’s economic progress

The path to economic prosperity which we have decided to call high income, will only be achieved if we begin to make a concerted...

Ian Khama is a coward: False mythical mysteries of legwala

Growing up, we were told mythical stories of Ian. We were told that Ian could turn himself into a fly. Let me be very...

A show of good faith will go a long way to humanize Masisi

President Mokgweetsi Masisi should by now be thinking of what his legacy will be after he has left the scene. As things stand, it...

A new pandemic is threatening world peace and Africa will be hardest hit!

When the ‘third wave’ of democratization enveloped the African continent in particular, there was widespread excitement across the world that Africa and by extension,...

Vladimir Putin; The Russian Bear that feeds on its own babies

In his recent statement, Putin bemoans the day the United Soviet Socialist Republics were dismantled in 1991. He says that is the biggest tragedy...

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