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ONALENNA MODIKWA
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  • CRACKiT moves tournament after BFA directive

    The Botswana Football Association has told its structures not to organise any matches on August 27 as the Zebras will be in action against Madagascar in an African Nations Championship (CHAN) tie. CRACKiT chief executive officer, Moemedi Senwelo told...

  • Futuremakers exceeds target training

    Futuremakers initiative is the bank’s global initiative to tackle inequality and seeks to promote greater economic inclusion for young people in communities across the globe.The programme supports disadvantaged young people from low-income...

  • Absa, BWConnecSpaces link-up on digital content engagement

    With the use of Twitter and different podcasts, BWConnecSpaces will produce content for and by Botswana and African experts and thought leaders.It focuses on telling Botswana and African stories to pass on skills, knowledge, motivation, and mentoring...

  • Bulb World gains market traction

    The homegrown company recently secured a deal to supply Shoprite stores with LED bulbs. According to Bulb World Sales and Distribution coordinator, Keamogetse Kgomela part of the deal will include supplying about 2,300 shops across Africa.“We can...

  • Moshupa pipeline claims fourth life

    The recent death of a heavy plant driver, Mogomotsi Mooketsa, 29, occurred on July 16, three months after two employees lost their lives when they were buried alive under a four-metre deep trench that caved in while they were laying pipes.Mooketsa...

  • BFA ban football activities on Zebras’ CHAN match day

    The decision leaves the CRACKiT tournament scheduled for the same day in Lobatse, in jeopardy. The tournament is due to feature giants, Township Rollers, Mochudi Centre Chiefs, Extension Gunners and Masitaoka.It is unclear what the organisers will do...

  • Letsile pockets P50,000 from Emergency Assist 991

    Tebogo smashed the 100m record at the recent World Junior Championships in Cali, Columbia when he ran 9.91 secs.Ironically, the time is synonymous with the emergency medical services number, 991. The company presented a cheque to Tebogo in Gaborone...

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  • Matsheka ropes Bayford in for defence

    Matsheka, the former Finance minister, was among three prominent individuals arrested this week by the DIS. Others are Peleng East councillor, Ontiretse Mosimanewamacha and businessman, Thuso Mantsi, who were arrested following speculation that they...

  • Samantha Mogwe drops Oxygen

    The new offering is a gorgeous fusion of various cultures (Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe), which also highlights elements of Neo-Soul and Afro-Beats, the songbird said.The song was written by Samantha Mogwe and Jordan Moozy while KD Bangers arranged...

  • Botswana, SA celebrate trade relations

    The two-day event will see the Botswana private sector engage their South African counterparts in roundtable sessions and B2B meetings.The main objectives of the Business Forum and Roundtable are to encourage business linkages between the two...

  • Gov’t unmasks the public

    In a press statement, ministry spokesperson Dr.Christopher Nyanga announced that the decision comes after reviewing the disease burden in the country and globally and most importantly, the high numbers of people vaccinated against COVID-19 in...

  • Keorapetse’s expulsion paves way for Kaizer

    The BCP conference two weeks ago resolved that the suspensions imposed by the central committee on Keorapetse and fellow MPs, Kenny Kapinga, Nevah Tshabang, David Tshere and Onneetse Ramogapi be varied to effectuate the immediate termination of their...

  • The Fields Mall to bring new retail stores

    The mall, which is located in Gaborone’s Central Building District (CBD) precinct sits on a 26 000 square meters trading space.Interestingly, the mall location harbors a historical annex as it used to be synonymous and conspicuous with free orchard...

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