The long-anticipated deal between Newcastle Football Club and the Botswana government has been put on ice due to financial constraints, with the Premier League side expecting P150 million per season.
FRANCISTOWN: A 41-year-old man of Tonota village is facing a possible death penalty sentence after he admitted murdering his girlfriend after she refused to cook relish for him.
Former president, Ian Khama landed in London yesterday morning for a near 10-day working trip to Europe, during which interviews with British and other international media are expected to produce fireworks.
FRANCISTOWN: A University of Botswana (UB) politics observer has waded in the ‘controversial’ commission of inquiry into the review of the Constitution of Botswana.
Botswana Police Service (BPS) shocked the nation by releasing an external vacancy advertisement calling for the post of police constables with entry minimum qualifications of masters’ degree.
While SKI Khama Foundation chief executive officer, Mogomotsi Kaboeamodimo claims an unreliable flight schedule forced former president Ian Khama to visit Europe earlier than announced, government asserts it is in the dark over such plans.