Monday, August 10, 2020

Headlines

Morupisi received “ghost money” from CMB’s Marsland

Incarcerated Capital Management Botswana (CMB) boss Tim Marsland funnelled an undisclosed amount of secret cash to suspended Permanant Secretary to the President...

Butale’s wife could face money laundering and terrorism related charges

Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) President Biggie Butale’s wife Galaletsang may find herself facing serious criminal charges following her failure to declare funds...

UDC leader petitions IEC on elections outcome in Bonnington North

Umbrella for Democratic Change leader Duma Boko is challenging election results in a constituency he contested and lost. He...

Butale threatens to ‘topple’ government

Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) president Biggie Butale this week in Ramotswa pulled an Isaac Kgosi on Botswana Unified Revenue Services (BURS) officers,...

JAPAN PULLS OUT OF MORUPULE B US$800M EXPANSION

The planned US$800 million (P8.6 billion) expansion of Morupule B has suffered a crippling blow after the Japanese government its financial support.

Something wrong with this HIV/AIDS picture

“I’m sorry miss but the test proves you are HIV positive.” These life changing words echo in the ears...

Morupisi, wife to appear in court

Permanent Secretary to the President Carter Morupisi is scheduled to to appear in a Gaborone Magistrate Court on Tuesday next week.

Mogae quits as Choppies mulls exiting S/African market

BY KABELO SEITSHIROBotswana's troubled retailer, Choppies Enterprises has announced that is considering exiting its South African market after a recent strategic review of the...

Morupisi to step down following BPOPF scandal

The Permanent Secretary to the President, Carter Morupisi is expected to resign next week after the Directorate of public Prosecutions (DPP) and the Directorate...

Cabinet water tender divisions spill over to Parliament

Fifteen Botswana Democratic Party Members of Parliament turned against President Mokgweetsi Masisi and Finance Minister Kenneth Mathambo and voted with the opposition to block...