Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Opinions

Here is how to overcome Financial Infidelity

Financial deception in marriage or any intimate partner relationship is equally damaging as sexual infidelity. As explained in our last article titled,...

Our work ethic, it’s worth fixing

Work is very important to human progress and prosperity. If an able bodied man does not expend his labour to produce food...

Adios Amigo…as I bolt out

It all started with what was to be a walk down the memory lane in solidarity with Moroka Swallows who had endured...

The more things change the more they stay the same

This country has been divided into two nations; one black and largely poor. The other Asian or Indian to be more specific...

How the United Nations was conceived and its objectives

This year marks the United Nation’s Palladium jubilee (75th anniversary) having been founded after the Second World War (WW II). Its forerunner, the...

Bring Back the Whip

Years ago in the era of President Ketumile Masire, public flogging was outlawed in this country. It was relegated to the dressing...

Parliament watches over and checks the activities of government BUT it must also be watched!

Over the last few years opposition and ruling party legislators have been united in demanding better remuneration and improved conditions of service.

Why history matters

One would assume that there is no need to make a case for history – that a case for history was obvious...

Changing a century’s worth of heritage to look towards the future of the Absa Group

Two years later in 2018 we launched our new identity for Absa Bank South Africa, and for the Absa Group overall. This...

This Independence Day let us take first steps to achieve financial freedom

On Wednesday, 30 September 2020, Botswana goes 54. It was on this day – 30 September, some 54 years ago that our...