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Mpho Mokwape
  • Khama decries 'costly' DIS dishonesty

    Khama who appeared before the Court of Appeal on Friday against the DIS that is seeking an appeal after being denied access to search one of his houses known as State House number 4 moved an application for leave, disclosing how dishonest DIS has...

  • Lobatse: The besieged town

    The family of the slain little child, Tlotso, say they are still reeling in shock as to who murdered their child and that as far as things are unfolding, they are still in the dark. They demanded for their space to focus on mourning their slain...

  • ‘Boko has no powers to suspend delegates’

    Saleshando, the president of Botswana Congress Party and Kekgonegile, BCP secretary-general (SG) and member of UDC national executive committee who are challenging their suspension from the umbrella say there is nowhere in the constitution of the UDC...

  • No BNF constitutional breach ,rights violation

    When dismissing an application brought by two members, Kgakgamatso Kebiditswe and Tlamelo Mpodi, the judge said there was no evidence before court to support such allegations of rights violations and constitutional breach.The two applicants had taken...

  • Court orders halt on MRI salary cuts

    The integrated health services company was on Friday directed by the Industrial Court judge Isaac Bahuma to stop implementing the resolution of the restructuring exercise pertaining to the seven workers’ employment as it was unlawful.The judge also...

  • Cancelled road tender heads to court

    The controversial 27km road tender was recently cancelled and set for re-tendering but as it stands, residents of the three villages will have to wait a little longer for the road they have been expecting since 2019.The tendering process has been...

  • BFTU seeks constitutional clarity

    In what may seem like events were overturned by time since Gabobake is no longer the president, a move that sent the parties to court in the first place, the union will now focus on some of the decisions that affected the federation’s constitution...

  • 2019 election dismissals still haunt gov’t

    During the election, the Gantsi North constituency was one of the places that were marred with controversy regarding the handling of the ballot boxes and possible voting fraud.This resulted in many people that worked for the District Commissioner’s...

  • Sustained fight to prosecute Butterfly ensues

    The DIS and the prosecuting agency, the Directorate of Public Prosecutions want the Court of Appeal (CoA) to review the decision that was made by Justice Zein Kebonang of the Gaborone High Court last year August to acquit and discharge...

  • DIS, former President Khama fight continues

    Last year December, two High Court judges in separate applications ruled against the spy unit in relation to the house.The first appeal which is in relation to a search warrant that was denied against the DIS by Lobatse High Court, Ranier Busang the...

  • A long wait for Morupisi, wife verdict

    The much-anticipated verdict has been postponed for the third time in a row without much light shed on the development. On Tuesday this week, it was hoped that finally the verdict would be read, but there was another postponement with nothing much...

  • Court hands spy firm P110m win

    Infotrac through its managing director Mompoloki Motshidi claimed that it was owed for various deep undercover services provided to Debswana which included the alleged spying on the union and lobbying the likes of the late Linah Mohohlo and ex spy...

  • Kgosi granted seized guns

    “The arms are to be released to the applicant within three days from the date of this order. The evidence presented to the court clearly showed they were lawfully registered in his name. Such registration in my view showed evidence of ownership,”...

  • Morupisi, wife judgment postponed

    The judgment was first scheduled for May 3, then this year to today (June 7), but due to the unavailability of the presiding judge, the judgment was delayed again. It is now expected on October 31, or anytime before then as announced today in...

  • Montshiwa murder trial: Prosecution evidence inadmissible

    As part of its case against the accused persons, David Modise and Tumelo Tshukudu, the prosecution had wished to submit into evidence computer printouts from two telecommunication operators (PTO), Mascom Wireless and Orange Botswana, to show call...

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