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Justin Hunyepa
  • UDC 2019 Labour Day Message

    Companies have thrown thousands of employees into the streets, including the infamous BCL and Tati Nickel mines, courtesy of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) led government. UDC wants to see both the public and private sector employees living in a...

  • BNF supports ethical journalism

    The fabrications date far back to pre-2014 general elections where his family was dragged in under the guise of him being a public figure. Some journalists have sworn and are on record expressing their hatred and disrespect towards Cde Boko and even...

  • Masisi must pay back fuel levy

    This will undoubtedly help normalise the ever sky rocketing fuel increases. On 15th October 2018, the Botswana National Front (BNF) released a media statement condemning a similar fuel increase. We are duty bound to release the same statement again,...

  • Gaseitsiwe resigns from active politics

    Gaseitsiwe was an additional member in the current BNF Central Committee and has previously served as Secretary for International Affairs for two terms. He has also served in other several party structures. The BNF President, Central Committee and...

  • Monkge must resign

    Monkge has to unconditionally withdraw his rancid remarks, tender an apology to the teaching fraternity, the albinism community, the labour movement and Batswana in general and ultimately resign. If he is still on tour, this should be stopped...

  • BNF condems declaration of Salbany as prohibited immigrant

    The Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) led government continues its systematic purging, intimidation, hatred and onslaught on Batswana and foreigners who freely expresses their views. These are calculated desperate ploys by the BDP to silence all those...

  • BNF congrats Botswana 2018 Commonwealth Games Team

    We further congratulate the coaches and management of the Botswana team notably Botswana Athletics Association and Botswana National Olympic Committee for this sterling historic performance. The five medals - three gold, silver and one bronze - are a...

  • BNF's position on declaration of assets

    His Excellency, President Mokgweetsi Masisi should therefore ensure that this declaration of assets and liabilities promise he made during his inauguration is done within his first 100 days, that is, by July 2018. The BNF constitution has long...

  • Remove the BDP from power to solve corruption

    The 1995 Social Democratic Programme (SDP, revised 2009) is clear on its anti – corruption stance. The BNF 1999 manifesto also emphatically condemned corruption (pg 23). The BNF therefore rejects corruption in all its forms, even today. In its...

  • BNF eyes all assigned constituencies

    The two -day event was officially opened by the party President Cde Duma Boko. The BNF leadership was taken through several strategic issues and topics by a team of experts from a spectrum of professional fields. A long time legal and political guru...

  • The BDP has failed Batswana in education

    The lack of policy direction has lowered the status of the education system from bad to worse. The sad state is the dismal failure by the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP)-led government to implement the Revised National Policy on Education (RNPE)....

  • BNF Did Not Benefit From The Alleged Money Laundering Transactions

    We particularly take note of the recent allegations by a local newspaper in its edition of December 10-16, 2017, which alleged that all opposition parties, “with the exception of AP and BPP” have benefited from such illegal transactions....

  • BDP cruel to workers

    While the BDP is excited by this ruling, we at UDC see this as a clear testimony of BDP continued onslaught on civil servants. This has become a BDP culture on the public service employees which comes from far.  After the 2011 public service...

  • Comrade Moore is no more

    His first cut in politics was when he was at Mater Spei College as a secondary school student. He was inspired into politics by refugees running from the brutality of the Rhodesian regime (Zimbabwe) and apartheid South Africa, and some attended...

  • Cde Pat - an educationist par-excellence BNF

    Van Rensburg was born in South Africa, Durban on the 3rd December 1931 and died on the 23rd May 2017 in Botswana, Serowe. A man of social justice and an anti-apartheid activist, he fled from the apartheid regime and settled in Botswana, Serowe in...

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