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ONALENNA MODIKWA
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  • Makwengwe quits TAFIC

    Makwengwe first made his intention to leave on Wednesday after TAFIC narrowly lost to Jwaneng Galaxy.He would repeat the same sentiments after the weekend draw against Orapa United. On Saturday reports emerged that he is set to join struggling...

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  • Botash donates printing equipment to Nata-Gweta schools

    The donations were part of Botash’s ‘Towards Sustainable Mining’ (TSM) strategy. The strategy involves developing collaborative relationships and partnerships with local communities to promote socio-economic development as well as addressing...

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  • AFCON Showdown: Catch Every Moment, on Any DStv Package!

    That’s right, HD quality football is coming to your home as well. It’s your AFCON moment, only with DStv. It gets better. Enjoy, live unparalleled football entertainment in your language of choice the way you want it – hear every goal, feel...

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  • Metrological Services warns of heatwave

    In a statement released today, the DMS indicated that the excessive heat is anticipated to persist for three days. DMS advises members of the public that there is a significant increase in temperatures across the country. The heat wave is expected...

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  • President Masisi consoles Namibia

    The condolence message reads as follows: “It was with deep shock and great sadness that I learnt of the untimely demise of my beloved brother, His Excellency Dr. Hage G. Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia in the early hours of this...

  • Miss Botswana to launch foundation

    Chombo, who is two weeks away from representing Botswana at the world stage in India, will launch her foundation on February 8 in Gaborone. Through the foundation, the reigning Miss Botswana aims to make significant impact by uplifting the lives of...

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  • Justice Dingake appointed law Professor

    Justice Dingake, who is a visiting professor of law in several universities, including the University of Cape Town and James Cook University in Australia, was this week invited to join corps of Law Professors at the said university following his...

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