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RAMPHOLO MOLEFHE
  • St Louis launches Summer with ‘Skeem Same’

    The brand has once again harnessed the power of collaboration with the launch of an iconic and market-first campaign called Bridge The Music Series. Bridge The Music Series is premised on one of St. Louis Lager’s fundamental pillars; music. Founded...

  • Dintwa wins prize for Dingake film

    Dintwa recently completed his MA in Media Production at York St John University and now runs Box Screen Pictures production company based in Gaborone and Johannesburg. He was inspired to tell the story after attending the launch of Dingake’s...

  • Vusa Mkhaya to rock Botswana

    Multi-award-winning and Austrian-based musician Vusa Mkhaya is excited and looking forward to staging his debut performance in Botswana, at the No.1 Ladies’ Coffee House on October 20.“We are extremely grateful to be bringing our live music to...

  • Podcasting on the rise

    We are not part of the industry, we were cast out, nobody wanted us, we created our own lane,” MacG of one of South Africa’s leading podcast Podcast and Chill revealed recently after a backlash follwoing the interview he did with Jub Jub....

  • Royal Priesthood Hosts Women's Conference

    Hosted by Prophetess K Bafana of Royal Priesthood Assembly, this year the conference had a guest preacher, Prophet Marobane from South Africa. The mandate of the conference is to engage and encourage women to rise in the kingdom of God. The summit...

  • SONA glossed over critical national issues

    While inevitably peppered with self-praise and gloating for some of the accomplishments, SONA 2021 failed to address some of the pressing social, economic and political challenges the country is currently facing. In failing to broach these, the...

  • ‘Abdu’l Bahá - The perfect exemplar

    Upholding unity as the fundamental principle of His teachings, Bahá’u’lláh established the necessary safeguard to ensure that His religion would never suffer the same fate as others that split into sects after the deaths of their Founders. In...

  • Jwaneng Recrush Plant Wins Golden Plant Award

    The award recognises the metallurgical processing plant which demonstrates an outstanding drive to perform above and beyond the technical limits, while embedding ‘Processing Without Harm’ as a way of life.The trophy is awarded each quarter to the...

  • CyberSmart Challenge 2021 Launched

    They will then create informational video messages in which they express their knowledge of online threats and share practical cybersecurity tips.The Cybersmart Challenge is an initiative by InFuture Foundation and is implemented with support from...

  • Too much rhetoric, little actions on Pres Masisi’s promises, BOSETU

    Government should introspect and account to the electorates and the public as to how far this commitment has been pursued. As BOSETU, our view is that there has been more rhetoric and lip service than deeds towards this noble course. As we have...

  • BIUST recognised for producing mining engineers

    Speaking at the BIUST sixth graduation ceremony where she was guest speaker, Lucara diamonds CEO, Naseem Lahri, said recently she heard a radio interview on Duma FM, where the Khoemacau Copper Mine, Process Plant Manager Mr. Mompati Babusi raved...

  • BIUST to graduate 268 engineers and scientist-24th September 2021

    According to BIUST director of communications, Keoagile Rafifing, the theme for the 2021 Graduation ceremony is ‘Leveraging on Science, Technologies and Engineering for Design thinking in a changing world’The Lucara Botswana Managing Director,...

  • This SDR allocation must be different

    BERKELEY – In August, the International Monetary Fund announced, to much fanfare, that its members had reached a historic agreement to issue $650 billion of special drawing rights (SDRs, the Fund’s unit of account) to meet the COVID-19 emergency....

  • Mzwinila Addresses Water Shortages

    Staff Writer Tsaone Basimanebotlhe reports The population of major towns and cities has increased over the years, stretching the water demand. Environmental challenges have led to high temperatures, which depleted water sources. The equipment that is...

  • Bosetu emboldened by 2009 ruling in new war with BEC

    The 2009 judgement by Justice Nthomiwa confirmed that all work that is related to external examination fall within the ambit of BEC, and consequently such work is not part of the duties of teachers. Following the 2009 judgement, the then Ministry of...

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