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Lesedi Mkhutshwa
  • Churches adopt cautionary approach to Easter

    For the very first time in two years, hordes of Christians are expected to grace their churches in different corners of the country for Easter holidays following prior non-gathering imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.Outgoing president of...

  • Stanbic to service COFC Ipelegeng wages

    Pule revealed the new development at the contract signing between COFC and Stanbic Bank Botswana for the payment of Ipelegeng beneficiaries using the Unayo platform last week at Cresta Thapama Hotel. According to the COFC town clerk, the Ipelegeng...

  • Tonota police register six livestock theft cases

    Nganda expressed concern to The Monitor over the alarming rate of stock theft in the area. He said most of the livestock owners in their policing area have a tendency of abandoning unbranded cows and goats, which usually fuels the rate of livestock...

  • Alick Macheso to thrill Botswana

    An innovative musician, Macheso is amongst the best bass guitarist to emerge from Zimbabwe. He is credited for inventing various sounds and dances. Sungura dance and music is derived from another genre called Kanindo, but it owes its existence to...

  • Three Zim men arraigned for multiple offences

    According to the charge sheet Desmond Khupe, 19, Lucky Dube, 23, and Calvin Maphosa, 43, all illegal immigrants, were each charged with entering Botswana through ungazetted points of entry, robbery and two counts of rape.It is alleged that the trio...

  • Matsiloje man torches girlfriend’s house

    Mahupela appeared for arraignment before Francistown Magistrate's Court on Monday.According to the documents read in court, the 55-year-old was charged with unlawful wounding and arson.It is alleged that Mahupela on March 31 at around 1am...

  • Police arrest Zim man linked to 27 break-ins

    According to Kazungula Police Station commander, Phetogo Phillimon said that the Zimbabwean man Leonard Ndebele was caught red-handed trying to break into a house at Newstance ward on March 29. He indicated that the Zimbabwean man is linked to 27...

  • Teen pursues rewarding pencil drawing passion

    According to Tamado, using one's artistry is very rewarding in terms of profitability than idling on the streets without any source of income. He told Arts and Culture that ever since he started using his pencil drawing for commercial portraits,...

  • Home switch saves Flamingoes costs

    Speaking after the official opening of the newly constructed changing rooms at the stadium, Thebe said the team managed to save on transport costs, accommodation and stadium fees, which they would have otherwise paid if they were on the road. The...

  • Dumped baby still in police custody

    Francistown Police Station commander, Superintendent Lebalang Maniki told The Monitor they are still searching for the baby girl’s mother, family or relatives.He stated that the toddler is still alive and being nursed at NRH.“The child is still...

  • Vee’s substitute dancer releases new single

    The song features Nicolas Morupise of Emjoe Records and local gospel singer Kabo Taelo. In an interview with Art and culture, Detective Mjein said the song is a splash song with a touch of gospel melodies.He said the song has received a lot of love...

  • Monarch man caught in bestiality act

    Commander of Francistown Police Station, Lebalang Maniki confirmed the incident adding that officers have since opened cases of unnatural offences against the suspect.He stated that so far the man is being investigated for two cases of the three...

  • Making a living from artistic talent

    Girry, who is currently a third year student at the Botswana Accountancy College (BAC) pursuing a degree in Computer System Engineering, developed the love for art at a very young age. He told Arts and Culture that he started his artistic journey at...

  • Moswaane undergoes surgery

    The legislator told MmegiOnline that an X-ray was performed on his injured leg earlier today (Tuesday) and the results indicated that he suffered a fracture on his leg and had to undergo surgery. Moswaane was reportedly hit with a stone by a member...

  • Letsholathebe: A revolutionary educationist

    Letsholathebe joined MSSS back in 2001 as head of pastoral care department when the school was ranked amongst the lowest performing nationally. Masunga SSS started improving its performance under the leadership of Letsholathebe in 2012. The school...

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