Sunday, March 7, 2021

In-Depth

Mountain of court papers keeps Basarwa hope alive

Gordon Bennet must have spent many nights burning the midnight oil. The crack lawyer representing Basarwa in their case against eviction from the Central...

Better view of Botswana politics through the meniscus of a beer mug

Botswana's opposition parties stand a better chance of winning elections through the current first past the post system as opposed to proportional representation Writes...

The real crime is being poor

There is no line between justice and injustice in Botswana's Customary Courts, and the poor are having the worst of it. The young lady sitting...

Debswana’s charm offensive hits a snag!

Undoubtedly one of the country‘s foremost publicity strategists and the past master of spin, it will be interesting to see how Jacob Sesinyi will...

Botswana – Hire in a hurry, regret in leisure

In the rush to address the problem of skills shortage, Botswana is importing what the Indian media has branded “graduates from institutions of fake...

The rise and rise of Otsweletse Moupo

The battle for the BNF presidency will be lost and won at the party back room and not on the pages of local newspapers....

The two faces of Otsweletse Moupo

Making sense of Botswana National Front leader, Otsweletse Moupo, is like putting together pieces of a jig-saw puzzle scattered by a careless...

Moupo on slippery ground

Asked to clear his desk and leave the Botswana National Front high office, Otsweletse Moupo still has a fighting chance, but the vultures are...

The world at his feet

Even without any formal training in art, a local painter is gaining international recognition, writes MODIRWA KEKWALETSWE The statement ÔÇô made off-the-cuff in a feat...

Frontiersmen bring down another border

Key thinkers behind the planned trans-frontier conservation area that involves Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe are optimistic about its success, writes MESH MOETI The confidence of...