Monday, January 25, 2021

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Proportion of undernourished in Botswana plateaued out since 2000

In 2015, the United Nations (UN) set the goal to eradicate hunger and malnutrition and to ensure nutritious food for all (Sustainable Development Goal...

The year Masisi wore a face mask instead of an oxygen mask

If anything has become patently clear, it is that we can’t rely on psephological research to predict who will win an election. Ahead of...

DISS mandated to protect (not assassinate) former presidents – DISS

There is a context in which those in intelligence services use the term “chatter” and last Sunday, a source alerted former president, Ian Khama,...

Are bigger things coming Moatlhodi’s way?

Speculation about the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) dangling the Deputy Speakership position to lure Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) legislator Pono Moatlhodi continues to...

How do Khama’s two sets of bodyguards work together?

Anyone learning that former president Ian Khama has two sets of bodyguards (one official, the other not) would naturally be curious about how they...

BURS calculates tax owed by Ginimbi

The Botswana Unified Revenue Services (BURS) might be forced to speed up its investigations and possibly announce a ‘course of action’ against a Mochudi...

Diagnofirm middle-finger exposes gov’t irrationality

The government’s propensity to make impetuous decisions has again been exposed following the decision by a medical laboratory services provider to stand their ground...

Tour guides threaten to shame Botswana before Germany

A section of freelance community guides at various concessions of the Moremi Game Reserve have threatened to expose Botswana to her financer - the...

Namibia gets hold of explosive Botswana’s secret shoot to kill report

The Namibian government has gotten hold of an explosive report detailing how Botswana has for close to three decades been sitting on information suggesting...

DPP admits their P100 billion heist case may be over

The Director of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Advocate Stephen Tiroyakgosi has all but admitted that without assistance from their South African counterparts,...