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  • Khama Chides Relentless DIS

    The properties in the court papers, guns, are stated as belonging to Kgosi and his wife, Jennifer with Khama listed as a correspondent alongside Kgosi and one Sehunelo Khunou. Khama told this publication then that he was told that the DIS would raid...

  • Manake to appoint CEOs for BMC, NARDI

    The Nevah Tshabang-chaired committee relayed its disappointment with Manake over a number of vacant leadership positions within the State Enterprises under her ministry. The Committee summoned Manake after State Enterprises under her, being the...

  • Parly Committee Summons Gare

    The Nevah Tshabang-led committee wants Gare to explain the gross abuse of corporate governance at the National Food Technology Research Centre (NFTRC) and Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) which are both running on ‘autopilot’. They both do not have...

  • Hemp Cultivators Anticipate Victory

    Gabanagae on Friday listened to a case in which Fresh Standard (Pty) Ltd is challenging a decision by the then permanent secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food Security to withdraw an exemption to produce hemp.The company...

  • Mosimakoko promises to clean sweep BQA

    She also boasts that corruption and bribery that affect quality of our education are becoming a thing of the past. “Just after a month in office, I found out that BQA had 7,000 applications backlog in various sections. We then came up with a...

  • MoBE's Director Appointments Cause Ruckus

    The two, Bona Gutu and Buhle Siziba, were appointed director at the Department of Curriculum Development and Evaluation and director at the Department of Educational Planning and Research Services respectively. The duo was serving as deputy...

  • Parly Committee Sends ' Self-Running' BMC Back

    The Parliamentary Committee on Statutory Bodies and State Enterprises on Friday sent three senior officials from BMC back as none was authorised to account on behalf of the commission.Shortly after Limited Nkane, the chief financial officer (CFO)...

  • Mothusi disbarred again

    On October 4, the Lobatse High Court through Justice Mercy Garekwe ordered that Mothusi’s name be struck off the roll of legal practitioners kept by the Registrar.Samuel Njaji was appointed curator to control and administer the trust accounts...

  • MP Lucas Decries Btv Snub

    Lucas expressed shock after both the Btv Setswana and English Friday bulletins omitted his presentation at Kgotla meetings held at Mabolwe and Semolale in his constituency. The meetings were hosted by President Mokgweetsi Masisi along with some...

  • Analysts Give Mixed Views On Masisi Resignation Calls

    Lesole Machacha believes Batswana are justified to petition President Mokgweetsi Masisi and call for his resignation while Leonard Sesa believes the President is unfairly persecuted. “Morwaeng must understand that we cannot all be in Parliament,...

  • Masisi will complete his term – Morwaeng

    The developments seem to be giving leaders sleepless nights with the Minister for Presidential Affairs, Governance and Public Administration, Kabo Morwaeng posting on Facebook early Sunday morning calling for calm. “I have observed recent...

  • Knives Out For 'COVID-19 Deliquent' Lelatisitswe

    When President Mokgweetsi Masisi addressed the nation on August 13, 2021, he said in view of the worsening situation of COVID-19 in Botswana and its burden on the economy and health facilities, the government took decisions to suspend gatherings. One...

  • The Hunter Becomes The Hunted

    Upon ending Maswabi’s two-year misery, Justice Zein Kebonang now aims his legal gun at those who were behind the investigation and prosecution. For Hubona, it was recommended that disciplinary action be taken against him by his superiors.As if that...

  • Heads to roll at DCEC, DPP

    Contacted for comment, Katlholo said they maintain what they always said as the DCEC and would act on the court order. “We have always made it clear that there was no sufficient evidence to prosecute the matter,” he said in a brief interview. On...

  • Illicit Liquor ‘Robs’ BURS Of Millions

    Tax experts have seen this as a sign that the government is losing huge sums of money in uncollected tax due to the porous systems at the borders.“There is a lot of alcohol coming into the country. This is despite that law enforcers are all over...

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