Monday, January 27, 2020

Lifestyle

Stakes Are High

In the last 12 months a lot in the jazz space has been trending and in particular the standard of jazz compositions...

Jazz is not a music genre!

The year 2019 was exciting in many ways and there were a lot of thought-provoking jazz subjects which did not quite exactly...

The current lights-camera-action episode in the High Court is a throwback to 2007

Like the United States’ highest court, Botswana highest courts don’t allow TV cameras in the courtroom. For that reason, TV cameras are...

Botswana not doing too well with the Third Industrial Revolution

Not a day goes by without one hearing the term “Fourth Industrial Revolution” (sometimes called 4IR or Industry 4.0) which refers to...

It’s Botswana parents against the world

Spare the rod and spoil the child, this is the operational mantra of most Batswana parents who still subscribe to time tested...

Sexual economics – untapped power for Batswana women?

University of Botswana sociology lecturer Dr Sethunya Mosime is challenging the greatest workplace taboo in Botswana – That women should never use their sex...

Batswana women left holding the baby

Forget about weight gain, maternity leave, juggling baby and career, and prenatal health concerns. Guess what stresses expecting moms the most? Fathers-to-be, specifically the type...

2019 – The Year That Was…

The jazz world received 2019 with excitement and high expectations because of the 2018 announcement of the bid to host 2020 International...

It’s likely Botswana has Africa’s worst Facebook addiction problem

On the list of diseases that he mentioned in what was perhaps the longest state-of-the-nation address in Botswana’s history, President Mokgweetsi Masisi left out...

Batswana girls graduating from Barbie dolls to the one eyed monster

A staggering 33% of Batswana girls, barely out of their nappies are graduating from adorable Barbie dolls to the one eyed monster – literally....