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Katlego Isaacs
  • Vegetable import ban 'here to stay'

    Speaking at the 40th Hospitality and Tourism Association of Botswana (HATAB) conference here, Molao said the horticultural import ban was a necessary step to support the country’s farmers and build agricultural independence.Since its introduction,...

  • Maswikiti one among resilient few

    Maswikiti’s company, Nthula Airport Lounges, founded nine years ago in Sir Seretse Khama International Airport in 2013 provides comfortable exclusive seating areas to people in transit at airports. Originally based in Gaborone, the company expanded...

  • Travelodge bets on winter

    However, the company expects this winter to bring in a massive performance boost. Ending the last financial year with only roughly 20% occupancy, the Kasane branch of Travelodge seemed to be in dire straits. Which was an inevitable consequence of...

  • BW’s first sitcom hits TV screens

    The show features Isago Molefe as Rafiwa, a young radio show host that discusses the antics of her energetic and quirky teenage years. Rafiwa's teenage years revolve around adjusting to moving in with her upbeat extended family as she enters a...

  • BAC drops P180k bill on SRC festival

    The BAC SRC and all 23 scheduled performing artists were awakened on the morning of the show to a memo by BAC management informing them that the SRC had violated the terms of their agreement to organise a Semester Shutdown, and as a result the school...

  • Local Acts Shine At BAC Semester Shutdown

    South African artistes such as the self proclaimed King of AmaPiano, Kabza De Small, along with Musa Keys, and Uncle Vinny were expected to be the headliners that would send audiences into a frenzy of the Amapiano driven euphoria. These artistes were...

  • Botswana tourism awards take off

    SADC, Botswana Tourism Organisation, Air Botswana, and others have made possible the inaugural awards ceremony set to promote and offer exposure to the most exceptional participants in the local travel and tourism industry.The awards will cover 16...

  • Miss Teen Africa Botswana hosts fashion show

    Originally founded to allow African diaspora in the western world to embrace their African heritage, the Miss Teen Africa beauty pageant has since evolved to empower both the Diaspora and native young African girls. The pageant consists of all 56...

  • All artists confirmed for BAC's Shutdown

    The BAC Semester Shutdown, which goes down tonight at the institution's campus, is set to be the first major event held by the university in roughly four years. To mark the return of the entertainment side of things at the institution, an...

  • Mosisedi to ease food inflation pressure

    Mosisedi, named after the two Southern District villages the association is straddled between—Mosi and Sedibeng—is a collection of 18 farms over a 10,000-hectare area dedicated to arable farming that has been heavily hit by the effects of...

  • Junior fencers set eyes on Namibia

    Despite their age seemingly lending itself to indicate a lack of experience, each of the boys has no less than half a decade of fencing experience, of which their master Thobega feels confident will reflect in the boys performance. "I believe...

  • GUC awards Palesa P100k scholarship

    On top of the scholarship, Molefe has also been given an additional P10,000 cash gift by the institution. The managing director of GUC, Antoney Joseph presented the institution’s gifts to Molefe on Wednesday as a token of appreciation for what...

  • BIRRO saves former drug addict

    Having freshly graduated as valedictorian in sound technology from Limkokwing University in 2020 with prospects to become a big name in the local entertainment industry, Tau’s future seemed promisingly bright right out of school.However, while in...

  • Polo steals the show at Jwaneng Wine Experience

    The 2022 face-lifted VW Polo packs big style into a compact, fuel-efficient city runabout. While larger vehicles such as the VW Amarok, Ford Ranger, and Volvo XC-90 cast their enormous shadows over the tiny Polo, the era of ever-inflating fuel prices...

  • BNF Women’s League unites women

    In an unusual act of solidarity in spite of their opposing political views, the women’s leagues of all major political parties, including the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) Women’s League have rallied behind the BNF’s call for greater...

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