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Six of 45 bodies of Limpopo bus crash to arrive home

Six of 45 bodies of Limpopo bus crash to arrive home

Bodies of the pilgrims who perished in a horror bus crash in Limpopo, South Africa during Easter holidays are starting to be repatriated home after six identifiable bodies were expected to arrive in Botswana today (Friday).


Eswatini hits back at Masisi

King Mswati’s Office Director of Communications, Percy Simelane has denied that Eswatini offers assistance to former Botswana president Ian Khama.

Tebego Sebego wins round one

Sebego wins first round but BFA appeals

The Botswana Football Association (BFA) has said it will appeal a Disciplinary Committee ruling to dismiss charges of misconduct against Tebogo Sebego.

Shashe river

Two Church members drown during baptism

FRANCISTOWN: Police are investigating a drowning incident which claimed the lives of two Salvation church members at Shashe river.

Mephato Reatile speaking at  press Conference in Serowe  PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

BPF coalition revocation receives backlash

The Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) president, Mephato Reatile’s decision to revoke the BPF’s affiliation of the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) has sparked a backlash from within the party.


Khama pleads with court to remove Serogola

Former President and Bagammanwato Kgosikgolo, Ian Khama, has dragged Minister of Local Government and Rural Development (currently Kgotla Autlwetse) before court demanding installation of his chosen regent, Seretse Peter Khama.

Former South African President Jacob Zuma, Botswana’s Ian Khama grace Eswatini Army Day Celebration. In this picture they are being greeted by King Mswati PIC: SWAZILANDNEWS.CO.ZA

Khama relocates to Eswatini

Former president, Ian Khama, who in November 2021 fled Botswana to Johannesburg, South Africa, has reportedly moved permanently to stay in the Kingdom of Eswatini.

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Francistown residents warned against obstructing storm water drains

FRANCISTOWN: Francistown District Commissioner (DC) Chabongwa Matseka has issued a stern warning to residents of the city to refrain from disposing of trash into storm water drains, especially amidst the ongoing floods in the southern region of the nation.

Michael Kitso Dingake laid to rest

Michael Kitso Dingake laid to rest

The founding president of Botswana Congress Party (BCP), Michael Kitso Dingake has been laid to rest after succumbing to a brief illness on April 7.

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