Monday, September 20, 2021

Tourism

Another head rolls in Tshekedi’s ministry

Former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism Elias Magosi has delivered on his promises that he would quit...

Tshekedi vows to purge non-performing staff

MAUN - The Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism Tshekedi Khama has vowed to ‘get rid of' non-performing staff within his ministry.The...

Botswana to flex tourism muscle at ITB-Berlin as partner

In March 2017 the Botswana flag will high when the country makes its first appearance as official partner at the ITB Berlin. The ITB-...

Travel Lodge takes its heart of gold elsewhere

Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it, Hebrews 13:2....

Zibanani Hubona appointed acting chief of BTO

Following the cascading developments at the Botswana Tourism Organisation which saw Thabo Dithebe being unceremoniously dropped as CEO, fresh information has surfaced that BTO...

Guma Moyo advises Dithebe to challenge his premature BTO exit

The chairperson of Parliamentary Committee on Statutory Bodies and State Enterprises Guma Moyo on Wednesday advised the former Chief Executive Officer of Botswana Tourism...

Dithebe ends his silence: I quit because of BTO mess

The outgoing Chief Executive of the Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO), Thabo Dithebe on Monday admitted that he is stepping down as a result of...

Tourism ministry admits to use of outdated data

The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, Elias Magosi has admitted that his ministry continues to rely on outdated data...

More fun, more culture at Son of the Soil

Almost like Botswana's very own costume carnival, the Son of the Soil festival attracts hordes of cultural enthusiasts who usually don their traditional regalia...

No end in sight for hunting ban

No date has been set for lifting of the hunting ban that was imposed by government two years ago to reverse the trend of...