Vol.21 No.118

Wednesday 4 August 2004    

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Southern Africa growth rate remains fixed
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Botswana, Zim discuss security issues
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Rugby team confident despite injuries
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Molefhabangwe’s BNF troubles

THE Botswana National Front (BNF) has reportedly summoned Gaborone West MP, Robert Molefhabangwe to appear for a disciplinary hearing. Mmegi has learnt that the MP is required to answer for utterances he made at political rallies about the party leadership. When he was contacted,

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