Glody can't be a brides-man at his own wedding

The big sports story of last week, which probably overshadowed Letsile Tebogo’s 300m record breaking feat, was the issue surrounding the Botswana Golden Grand Prix.

For many, when the event came to Botswana’s shores last year April, it was athletics’ crowning moment.

It was a first for Botswana as the country was one of only two African nations to get the honour to host a gold status athletics competition. But for those who have religiously followed the road that finally gave birth to Botswana hosting the Golden Grand Prix, it has been a difficult path to the top for one man. Glody Dube, the first man to reach the finals of an Olympic event back in 2000, is the brains behind an event which started from humble beginnings as the Sports View International Meet a decade ago. It grew into the Gaborone International Meet after attaining bronze status.

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Let’s get the constitutional amendment right

Their concerns highlight the need for meaningful dialogue between government and relevant stakeholders to ensure the best interests of the country are served.This was in addition to other voices from opposition politicians and civil society organisations.The stance underscores the importance of citizen participation in the constitutional amendment process. The AFM rightly assert that such weighty matters demand thorough discussions to reflect the...

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