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Larona Makhaiza
  • We are not taxing people more- Serame

    Responding to a question from Specially Elected Member of Parliament (SEMP) Unity Dow who had enquired if taxing people more is a guiding principle to raise the government revenue.Dow, further enquired if the guiding principle looks to only take...

  • Notwane on next FA cup round

    As early as the sixth minute, Notwane broke the deadlock with their first chance at goal. Captain Kudzanai Machadzani took a giant leap to deliver a powerful header which went past the goalkeeper, Matshwenyego Koobonye, to open the scores. Notwane...

  • Revolving door sees eight coaches out

    From surprising resignations to unceremonious departures, the door is spinning much faster as teams vie for the title and strive to avoid relegation. In a shocking move this week, VTM FC announced the departure of head coach, Leutlwetse Tshireletso,...

  • Zimbabweans make 98% of illegal immigrants

    Responding to a question in Parliament this week, the Minister of Labour and Home Affairs, Anna Mokgethi said from 2021 to 2023, out of a total of 13, 489 irregular migrants, a total of 13, 189 were Zimbabwean nationals. She admitted that she was...

  • Over 40,000 graduates unemployed

    Responding to a parliamentary question, Mokgethi specified that the unemployed graduate population is predominantly comprised of those who graduated in the Arts stream."These include artisan, technical, vocational, and even diploma and degree...

  • Lack of school sports cost us- Gaobinelwe

    The team bowed out after suffering a 6-1 aggregate annihilation at the hands of Burundi. The team lost the first leg by four goals to one before suffering a 2-0 defeat at home in the second leg this past Friday. Gaobinelwe said lack of school sports...

  • Vunani pumps P600k into women's Sports Awards

    The awards will be held on March 23 at a venue to be decided. “After careful consideration and deliberation within Vunani, we found it fit to sponsor as the headliner for a period of three years for P600 000,” said Obakeng Mmusinyane, VFM...

  • Final-before-final as Bafana, Super Eagles clash

    Football enthusiasts will be glued to their television screens for what is being touted as the 'final-before-the-final', set to kick off at 7pm at the Stade Bouake Stadium in Ivory Coast. The road to the semi-final for Bafana Bafana has been...

  • Gaobinelwe confident ahead of Burundi World Cup qualifier

    The game, which marks the start of the junior Mares' World Cup journey, kicks off at 3pm. Burundi is the home team and has chosen to play their fixture in Gaborone, with the return leg set for Friday in Botswana. Gaobinelwe has said the...

  • Moloi targets three points against Galaxy

    After the weekend's 0-0 draw against the army side, GU dropped to third with Galaxy leapfrogging them to go second after their 1-0 win over VTM. Moloi said his team will go all out for three points which will see them return to second on the...

  • BDF XI draw disappoints Moloi

    He said his side lost two crucial points in the Botswana Premier League (BPL).The result saw GU's rivals, Township Rollers extend their lead at the summit of the league table from two points to four. Moloi also said his troops should not be happy...

  • 'JCE results show no improvement '

    The overall performance of government schools as reported by BEC indicates that students who obtained Grade C or better is at 37.00% which shows slight improvement by 0.20% as in 2022 it was 36.80%. The report further stated that for students who...

  • Ramorwa draws inspiration from Martin Sefako

    Upon seeing Martin Sefako’s work, Ramorwa says he instantly felt the burning urge to pursue art and was motivated to pick his brushes and pencils to express his talent. He tells Arts&Culture that whilst most artists do art out of passion, it took...

  • BFA mourns 'Octopus'

    News of Mangole’s passing spread on social media last night and the BFA president, Maclean Letshwiti paid tribute to the former football administrator. “It is with great sadness that I have learnt about the passing on of Molatlhegi Mangole...

  • The loss-making Blue Train won’t return anytime soon

    The loss-making commuter train stopped operation in January 2020 because it was not convenient, profitable and sustainable to run it. After Botswana Railways (BR) indicated in 2022 that the train won’t return anytime soon, the Minister of Transport...

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