Author

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf*
  • Eighteen months of SoE: Necessary or erroneous advice?

    This was on account of a presentation that the COVID-19 Task Force had made to Parliament. It was their strongest opinion and recommendation that a State of Emergency was necessary to fight the invisible and rising tide of COVID-19.According to the...

  • COVID-19’s impact on Botswana’s economy

    A person’s productivity or progress is predicated on hope and aspiration. Once you take the two away, a person no longer has purpose and they have no reason to get it back. This is clearly articulated in how people spend money.An entrepreneur...

  • Botswana has not woken from complacency slumber

    The deal was approved by Cabinet and involved Rwandan firm, Agro Processing Trust Corporation (APTC), a Moroccan company known as OCP Africa as well as the Government of Rwanda. The trio jointly set up a soil fertiliser blending firm in the country...

  • Emerging Hope From Africa

    Consider three major historical trends. First, in 1989, there were just four democracies in Africa. Today, there are at least 18, including South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, Benin, Mali, Ghana, Senegal, with Liberia the most recent to join the...

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