Botswana Volleyball Federation (BVF) president, Tsosi Magang is facing a revolt as she stands accused of ruling with an iron fist. Vice president-beach volleyball, Batsho Ruth Mbangwa, who was voted into office last year, has quit with media relations and marketing officer, Mpho Tlhaselo expected to follow suit. Critics accuse BVF president, Magang of bulldozing the executive committee.
In order to close the gap between male dominance and the girl child, the Botswana Open University (BOU) in collaboration with Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Southern African Development Community Centre For Distance Education, recently established an initiative entitled Girls Inspire.
Almost two years since the infamous shooting of 10 robbery suspects at Phase 2 location in Gaborone, the police are now left to pay maintenance costs for the house where the incident took place. According to recently released Government Gazette the police will now have to bear the costs of maintaining the house
FRANCISTOWN: The director and the public relations officer (PRO) at Jacaranda School in Block 5 ingloriously appeared in court today to face a single count of forgery.
Leading broker and advanced pension administrator Minet Botswana held a successful golf day to the auspicious pleasure of an array of dignitaries at the Stanbic bank golf club.
FRANCISTOWN: The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) fears that the general elections that are anticipated to take place in October 2024 may not be held if the Court of Appeal (CoA) does not entertain its urgent application against the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC).
The Zebras started their 2026 World Cup qualifying campaign on a very sour note losing to Mozambique at the Obed Itani Chilume last week Thursday. Five days later they displayed a flawless performance to down a star-studded Guinea at the same venue. Mmegi Staffer CHAKALISA DUBE picks five key lessons from Tuesday’s gratifying 1-0 victory in what was coach Didier Gomes Da Rosa’s second match