Thursday, February 20, 2020

Opinions

A broken nation that has no leaders to look up to

Batswana are fast becoming a nation of believers, though in a very unusual and one dare say destructive way.

Towards an African Energy Doctrine and alternative sources of electricity

In 1960 Senegalese scholar, Pan Africanist and Nuclear Physicist, Dr Cheikh Anta Diop outlined his ideas on establishing a federal system for all African countries...

Botswana has become a nation of crybabies, whiners and miserly people!

Reports that President Dr Masisi blames former President Dr Lt General Khama for the rhino poaching crisis that has lately hit Botswana...

The War after the Anglo-Boer War

The Anglo-Boer War which was fought from 1899 to 1902 was a precursor to the German-Herero War in German South West Africa, a country...

A crisis of indecision might be eating down our Government

With elections and petitions over, now the hard work begins It started early in the week with a budget speech read...

Francistown and the Anglo-Boer War KETLEETSO YA LONA

“It must be pointed out that I have used the term ‘Boer’ in these articles to include all those fighting on the side of...

No grounds for regime change in Botswana

At least the one thing good about the on-going election petitions filed by the opposition following their disastrous performance in last year’s general elections is...

Botswana, forced repatriation of refugees is not the answer

For decades, the issue of refugees has been playing out on the world stage and has been handled differently by different...

Festus Mogae’s foray into the business world has been a royal mess

Former president, Festus Mogae’s frolic into the business world has been a real hell of a show. That show has...

Batswana Tribes in the Anglo-Boer War

“Kgamanyane’s descendants fought with the British in the Transvaal during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) stole thousands of Boer cattle and later sold them to acquire...