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Phatsimo Kapeng
  • Botho hosts charity Golf day

    Speaking during the prize giving ceremony, Botho University Pro Vice Chancellor, Ananth Ram stated that Botho comes a long way as a leading university. He indicated that in 1997-2002, the university was a national leader in vocational and corporate...

  • Bokamoso donates to Tau Manthe Primary School

    As part of their corporate social responsibility, the management of Bokamoso committed itself to giving back to the community as is indicated in one of the pillars of 2036 that encourages human social development mainly focusing on education and...

  • Motswedi game gives Batswana in the diaspora a feel of home

    Explaining his board game, Paul said the game covers a wide spectrum of content that gives participants a sense of belonging. “Ga a bo motho go thebephatshwa. The country should not neglect those in the other parts of the world.Therefore it is...

  • Bokamoso celebrates Nurses Day

    Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the last two years have been challenging for the healthcare sector and that has given them a reason to celebrate this day heartily.Bokamoso Private Hospital hosted an amazing nurses day celebration...

  • Botho University introduces new programmes

    The new programmes include Bsc Cyber Security, Btech Information Systems, Msc Computer Science, PhD Computer Science, Diploma in Events Management, Diploma in Travel Operations, Msc Education and Curriculum Design and Instruction, Post Graduate...

  • Botho University celebrates 25 years of existence

    She said Botho University has worked diligently to become a leader in the use of technology and their efforts for Digital Transformation stood in good stead when the pandemic hit as they moved seamlessly to virtual teaching and learning.“At Botho...

  • Botswana has potential to host world events

    Kip Keino Classic chief executive officer, Martin Keino made the remarks during a visit to Gaborone this week. Keino and Charlotte Kurgoy, an administrative officer at Athletics Kenya and also head of administration in the Kip Keino Classic visited...

  • Rain forecast boosts farmers’ optimism

    Ntiti Ratlapi(Tsorogwane Lands)I long started the preparations for this ploughing season because I heard on the radio that there will be enough rain for us to plough. I’m a regular farmer and I plant almost every year. I normally plant maize and...

  • We Are BQA Compliant – GUC

    Joseph said the Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) has a process of accepting applications, registration of courses as well as accreditation, which they operate in line with. ”It must be noted that unlike a belief amongst some members of...

  • Masisi gets first Pfizer shot

    Speaking briefly after he had just arrived from a state visit to Tanzania, Masisi said those running the vaccine campaign made arrangements of who will receive the jab and when hence he waited for his turn. He encouraged everyone to take the jab...

  • Voices on the streets

    Mpho Kebosietswe, 22 All I can say is that the situation is deteriorating further because there are no jobs and people are still losing their jobs. Government efforts are not visible in alleviating Batswana from this crisis. If I remember correctly,...

  • Retailers cash in on search for COVID-19 home remedies

    Under the State of Public Emergency, food price increases in supermarkets are regulated and only allowed when related to costs and not to inflate margins. The CCA also has legislation prohibiting cartel and collusive behaviour as well as...

  • Batswana want budget to focus on health sector

    Pearl Bante, 27, airtime stall owner The budget speech should be made in such a way that it addresses the issues affecting Batswana, looking at the fact that we are currently faced with the COVID-19 pandemic. The budget allocation should abandon the...

  • Can you get tired of being afraid?

    Some psychologists call it “disaster fatigue” or specifically in this case, “Covid fatigue,” a situation where the sheer volume of information about the ongoing pandemic, the constant stress, fear and helplessness began...

  • Counting losses

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