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Goitsemodimo Kaelo
  • BOFEPUSU, BFTU Host Stakeholder Constitutional Review Forum

    The two federations, which are the most influential labour movements in the country, have jointly developed a constitutional review position paper that they wish could be a basis to constitutional reform in Botswana.In their position paper, the two...

  • Pressure mounts on Masisi

    Even his predecessor, former president Ian Khama had said, “Go tsile go nna monate”, at the time when he was bidding Batswana farewell and introducing his successor, Masisi to the nation.Masisi had, in his unparalleled oratory skills, promised...

  • Kulenyane releases Lejebha

    The six-track album, which dropped Tuesday afternoon, is Mogwe’s third as a solo artist.Although it is still fresh, the album promises to be a banger, as he features artists such as Mmaausi, founding member of Culture Spears Thembeni Ramosetheng,...

  • Labour Movement Clashes With Gov't

    In what could spark a fresh row, the labour movement has accused the government of sidelining social partners in the development of the policy, which was tabled by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Peggy Serame.Last week, the deputy...

  • Franco calls for artists’ support

    In an interview with Arts & Culture, Franco as he is known to many of his legion of fans, said while artists have tried to be creative and remain afloat during these trying times, their efforts remain subdued due to lack of sponsorship from local...

  • Mothobi Leaves Egg On BDF Commander's Face

    This, after the Court of Appeal (CoA) dismissed Segokgo’s bid against a 2020 High Court decision. Mothobi and the army commander have been engaged in a legal battle after Mothobi dragged her former employer to court, suing for unfair...

  • National Registration Officers Win Against Employer

    The officers will now be paid for this extra workload, in line with their conditions and terms of employment governed by the Public Service Directive No.27 of 2014, which constituted the new scheme of service.This follows a Court of Appeal (CoA)...

  • How your MPs have fared

    With the live beaming of the parliamentary proceedings creating massive public interest , it has also given the MPs a wake up call to improve their game. The inquiry is dominated by the opposition MPs mainly because of the nature of their role in...

  • Parly's poor performers

    While the 12th Parliament is still on, this list looks at MPs from both the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) and the opposition who have underperformed.SIMON MOABI MAVANGE (TATI WEST)The former BDP youth chairperson has so far performed...

  • BOFEPUSU, Gov't Clash Over IHS Lecturers Deployment

    This week, the Botswana Federation of Public Private & Parastatal Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU) condemned the government instruction for IHS lecturers to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination exercise at the District Health Management Teams (DHMT).The...

  • UB Management, DTEF, SRC To Meet

    The set meeting follows a decision by the DTEF to terminate sponsorships of some UB students on account that they fell short of the 50% credit pass required by the department for government sponsorship continuation.It is said that many students were...

  • Doubt casts over AP, BPF 'unity talks'

    However, questions abound as to whether the two parties really want to be under the Umbrella and what exactly would they offer the opposition coalition going into the next general polls.After failing to unseat the ruling Botswana Democratic Party...

  • Entertainers want frontliner tag

    Through the new push, the Botswana Entertainment Promoters Association (BEPA) have called on government to include musicians and promoters in the queue of those considered as frontline workers. This comes on the backdrop of several of their efforts...

  • P9M Robbers On The Run

    Although the police have one man in custody assisting with investigations, the probe is yet to yield leads to arrest other suspects in hiding.The suspect in question was arrested on Friday in Gaborone just hours after the robbery.The Botswana Police...

  • Parents panic as Top Achievers' sponsorship delays

    The Top Achievers sponsorship programme was introduced by the government in 2010. Its aim is to motivate young people to excel in their studies, gain recognition and learn at prestigious institutions locally and abroad, where they get access to the...

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