Thursday, June 4, 2020

Court to decide Patlakwe’s fate in May

Former radio and television personality Norman Patlakwe’s future lies in the balance as Village magistrate, Oliviah Zvide, yesterday postponed the case to May 15th ÔÇô a day she is scheduled to deliver judgment in a case in that has caught the public’s attention.

Patlakwe, a family man and currently employed by the privatization organ PEEPA, was arraigned on a single count of rape of a 16-year-old alleged to have occurred on 17th June, 2006 at Lamila Lodge in Mogoditshane.


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Cabinet caught up in a web of P240 million Covid-19 Tender

The fast-tracked procurement processes adopted by Covid-19 Presidential Task Force will come under renewed scrutiny when Botswana Government this week receives a...