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Bakang loses bid to regain assets, P82m

Troubled entrepreneur, Bakang Seretse has lost his multi-million pula assets and P82m to the state after the Gaborone High Court ruled that the properties were proceeds of crime.


Top athlete faces betting probe

One of the country's top athletes might face the wrath of World Athletics' (WA) Integrity Unit over allegations of involvement in sports betting, which contravenes the rules of the game.


Mokgethi Out Of Time

The granddaughter of the late Abdul Joseph, Dawn Masenya says she is still discussing with her attorney on the way forward since the Minister of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs, Annah Mokgethi has failed to honour a court order.

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SADC forces seize terrorists’ training base in Moz

SADC soldiers have captured a training camp used by insurgents in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, rescuing three elderly women and seizing weapons as well as a vast cache of military training books, communication devices and videos.

Tutume police are investigating mysterious deaths of three family members

Family allegedly commits suicide

FRANCISTOWN: Tutume police are investigating mysterious deaths of three family members who allegedly committed suicide on different occasions at Magapatona ward.

Connecting dots: Mphoeng believes the middle-class’ apathy is to blame for some of the country’s troubles

Middle-class to blame for Covid mess

One day…. not today… one day… you my friends reading this have to acknowledge how you yourself failed this country. You see, we the 'middle class' are the main reasons for Botswana’s stagnation and regression in the past 20 years.

President Masisi PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG.

The people’s deferred, shattered dreams

The people’s dreams, hopes and aspirations of a better and prosperous future under President Mokgweetsi Masisi have been either deferred or shattered. All trust is gone.


BPF rubbishes Butale purge

FRANCISTOWN: The Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) has described the scathing attacks it endured in the wake of sexual misconduct levelled against its president, Biggie Butale, as baseless and nonsensical.

Suspended BPF president Butale and secretary-general Ookeditse PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

BPF to punish Butale sympathisers

The Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) says it will take action against some of its members for defending the suspended president Biggie Butale. The BPF also revealed that the members are trying to tarnish the name of the party.

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