Mpayang tells his story through photography
Twenty-three-year-old Tsaone Mpayang is a photographer and travel mana...
Young Prince credits Boity Thulo for growth
Sadi Dikgaka songmaker, Thebe Rabogatsu also known as Young Prince in ...
Folklore poetry legends inspire ‘Poo E Padile’
It is rare to find young people showing interest in traditional poetry...
MTF Academy 2022 Class opens
Now approaching its third year, the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) A...
Finding the apple and snake in the Eden of the Makgadikgadi
Friday, November 01, 2019
This week started on a high for Botswana with leading international headlines reporting the news that our Makgadikgadi has been identified as the singular cradle of all...
How the Makgadikgadi wins the race for the Cradle of Humankind
Friday, November 01, 2019
The trending conclusions of the Aussie-South African research team may have the fault of depending on a singular line of argument – in this case genetics, and par...
In life and death a uniting figure: Francis Nyamhuka (1952-2019)
Friday, July 05, 2019
The two nations were called Bechuanaland and Rhodesia when Francis Nyamhuka was born 67 years ago to a Motswana mother and a Shona father.
Remembering the little girls of Morrumbala
Friday, May 17, 2019
Recently, we were making plans to visit parts of Mozambique for counsel with our church leaders following the devastating impact of Tropical Cyclone Idai in the area.
Patayamatebele: The cradle of local Catholicism
Friday, February 15, 2019
The recent demise of Bishop Emeritus Boniface Setlalekgosi, the First Motswana Catholic Bishop got us thinking about the earliest traces of Catholic activity in Botswana.
King Monada's Idibala has Biblical resonance
Friday, December 21, 2018
There is a lot of similarity between the love songs of Limpopo’s King Monada and one of the biblical Song of Songs traditionally ascribed to King Solomon. The popularit...
Botswana Museums and Monuments @50 - A rejoinder to Sandy Grant (Part 2)
Friday, October 26, 2018
Sandy Grant’s article on what he sees as humiliation and a tragic situation with the Botswana National Museum was a humbling ladder from the cloud nine of celebrations ...
National team athletes, coach test positive
While other members of the athletics national team were rece...
Olympics team gets Pfizer jab
After a long wait of more than two hours at Maru-a-Pula hall...
Sport to return, Olympics-bound athletes to get vaccine
After being off the pitch for more than a year, regulated sp...
High Cost Of COVID-19 Hospitalisation
While privileged Batswana can afford medical aid, it is only...
Rising COVID-19 Cases in SA Threaten Imports
The Botswana Unified Revenue Service (BURS) over the weekend...
BFTU raises COVID-19 vaccine concerns
The Botswana Federation of Trade Unions (BFTU) has lamented ...
COVID-19 audits add to Auditor General’s headaches
The need to audit COVID-19 emergency procurement as it happe...
Moderna confirms supply deal with Botswana
US vaccine producer, Moderna, has confirmed a bilateral deal...
Bowling president succumbs to COVID-19
Botswana Bowling Association (BBA) president, John Gaborutwe...
Of Scribes and Side Hustles
The media industry, as with many other sectors of the econom...
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