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On the morning of Independence Day we set up our fireworks and awaited our turn to contribute to the proceedings

Weather-wise, it was a dreadful day; overcast and cold. By noon a strong east wind was already developing into the dust storm it was to become - and unhappily the ceremonial stand that had been erected faced due east.

 It was going to be a cold and miserable place to sit for several hours. At midnight the proceedings reached their climax, spotlights lit up the lowering of the Union Jack and the raising of the Botswana flag. Our veterinary colleague let go the first four rockets.

Editor's Comment
Women unite for progress

It underscores the indispensable role women play in our society, particularly in building strong households and nurturing families. The recognition of women as the bedrock of our communities is not just a sentiment; it's a call to action for all women to stand together and support each other in their endeavours.The society's aim to instil essential principles and knowledge for national development is crucial. By providing a platform for...

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