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Lesedi Mkhutshwa
  • Miss Botswana urged to collaborate

    Mbise stated in an interview with Arts and Culture that it is difficult for the pageantry industry to support the reigning beauty queens in their regions. He also said Miss Botswana ought to use local organisations at the regional level to stage...

  • Three guards nabbed with P20k copper cables

    Letlhakane Police Station commander, Superintendent Michael Maphephu said they are investigating a matter involving four middle-aged men who were found with the copper cables. During a routine stop and search patrol, the four individuals were found...

  • Gov’t secures P50m to electrify 33 villages

    In his address, Moagi said electrifying the villages will contribute to the country's Vision 2036 which aims to improve the standard of living for its citizens. He said electricity is essential to the transformation of the nation’s economy from...

  • Beyond bad: TOTUMA farmers count losses

    There seems to be no end in sight for the misery TOTUMA members and other farmers in the North eastern part of the country are going through, as they suffer due to increasingly unreliable rainfall and the economic fallout from COVID-19.From over 59...

  • Police deduce 'no foul play' in teacher’s death

    Acting Superintendent Jaloni Somolekae, the commander of Tatitown Police Station, told Mmegi Online that no evidence points to foul play in the passing of the Nata Primary School teacher, who had been missing for nearly a month before the discovery...

  • Illegal gambling ends in tragedy

    In an update on the situation, Superintendent Michael Maphephu, the station commander at Letlhakane, revealed that they’re probing a murder case. The unfortunate event took place when a 35-year-old man from Mmea was fatally stabbed by a 50-year-old...

  • Tutume dead body remains unclaimed

    According to Superintendent Lesego Kgosiemang, the Tutume Police Station commander, they are planning to involve their special unit to utilise fingerprints for identifying the corpse.The body has been at the hospital for more than a week. He urged...

  • Gov’t should adopt breastfeeding policies – Educationist

    Sebina was addressing members of the Monarch community during the breastfeeding week commemoration. The event was held under the theme, ‘Enabling breast feeding: Making a difference for working parents’.She said this year’s breastfeeding week...

  • PNRB working ‘tirelessly’ to reopen BCL

    Shamil Agosi, the vice president of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG), told a briefing held for the Tsholofelo Carnival this week that although specific timelines have yet to be established, the ongoing endeavours "will not take...

  • Police intercept Ethiopian men cargo truck

    When confirming the incident, No.1 District Officer Commanding, Senior Superintendent Kabo Badirwang said they intercepted the truck full of Ethiopian men and that at the moment investigations are still ongoing to determine how the men travelled all...

  • Missing teacher found dead

    The 33-year-old Nata Primary School teacher had been missing for nearly a month before the discovery was made. The deceased was found along the Sowa Town to Francistown railway line near the Gerald Estate location. Joseph, who had been grappling with...

  • Tsholofelo carnival 2.0 to breathe new life to Zana

    The streets of Zana will once again play host to arts, cultural, sport and entrepreneurial development activities, which will act as a significant socio-economic engine to the town which was doomed after the closure of BCL mine.The five days carnival...

  • Letlhakane man allegedly stabs girlfriend to death

    According to Letlhakane station commander Superintendent Michael Maphephu they have arrested a 42-year-old man in connection with allegations that he kiled his girlfriend aged 41 at their rented house.The suspect will appear before Letlhakane...

  • Two killed along the A3

    According to Tatitown acting station commander, Assistant Superintendent Jaloni Somolekae, the fatal accident claimed the lives of a man, 36, and a woman aged 38.He said that the deceased were passengers in a Hyundai car. He stated that the accident...

  • Plans afoot for new Riverside hospital

    Mompati told The Monitor after the tour that if all goes well the construction of the new health facility will begin around September or October. The new private hospital will be situated at Molapo Estate opposite Tati River Lodge.Dr Mompati...

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