Saturday, August 15, 2020

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Scrap metal criminals lashed

Gaborone West customary court on Friday found two young Batswana men guilty of stealing scrap metals and motor vehicle parts worthy P 600. Matshwenyego...

Criminals target police quarters

Because of their unusual working hours, criminals are now targeting police officers' quarters. This was evident at a recent trial at Gaborone customary court...

Prosecution still awaits response from authorities

Prosecution officers in an armed robbery case involving a 29-year-old Zezuru national, Tobias Chivaura, are in a dilemma. The officer who investigated the case is...

Registration numbers track down Phakalane

Expect a police officer to come knocking next time you decide to illegally dump your trash in Phakalane. To combat an ongoing problem of illegal...

Banks investigated for forcing own lawyers on customers

Botswana's commercial banks are forcing their customers to use the bank's preferred panel of lawyers in transactions involving the moving of property, instead of...

Another security scare hits Sir Seretse Khama Airport

Air traffic at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport was delayed and disrupted on Saturday morning following a bomb scare. At the time of going...

Choppies Stores quizzed on human trafficking investigation

Botswana's biggest local chain Supermarket, Choppies, is being quizzed by police officers, Immigration officers and labour officials as part of the ongoing human trafficking...

Phakalane drowning in garbage

Perhaps the only things more disconcerting than seeing a fly infested illegal dump site in Phakalane is seeing more than one fly infested illegal...

Moupo goes it alone and swiftly suspends Mothei

In what could be the beginning of flexing of muscles to exert his authority, Botswana National Front President, Otsweletse Moupo, has used his executive...

Botswana, South Africa deport 140,000 Zimbabweans in 2006, police

Harare - Authorities in South Africa and Botswana deported more than 140,000 Zimbabweans in 2006, a Herald newspaper report Friday quoted police records as...