Wednesday, January 29, 2020

News

Blood thirsty community eludes police following mob justice

Police have not yet identified and nabbed suspects who took the law into their own hands and murdered a criminal infamously known...

Botswana removed from the French Republic’s tax black list

Botswana was this week removed from France’s black list of tax haves following Botswana’s move to honour its tax cooperation commitments.

Bangwato capital gave birth to a provincial party

With his bag of tricks all but empty, former president Ian Khama had only one option when a dissident group that he formed in...

Minister blames police for only doing their job

On the surface, the Gaborone South MP, Meshack Mthimkhulu, seems to have a point about police officers harassing his constituents but he...

First Nations still invisible in Botswana’s official statistics – Report

The fourth edition of the ‘State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples’ (SOWIP) released by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social...

Train mishap investigations ongoing – Minister

The Minister of Transport and Communication Thulaganyo Segokgo has assured Parliament that a preliminary report on the derailment of the northbound Botswana Railways...

Majority of UDC petitions may not go to trial

Most of the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) election petitions may not go to trial due to their failure to comply with...

BNF has historically relied on South African vote-rigging experts

In the past century, it was a Mosotho South African and in this one it is a British South African helping Botswana...

PEEPA employees win first round against employer

The Francistown Industrial Court has ordered the Public Enterprises Evaluation and Privatization Agency (PEEPA) to halt deductions from employees’ salaries.

Technocrat under radar of DIS over IAS flying academy woes

The Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) is demanding answers from the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tertiary Education Research, Science...