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Assistant Health Minister, Sethomo Lelatisitswe in Parliament today

Omicron cases show mild or no symptoms - Lelatisitswe

None of the Omicron variant cases identified so far have required hospitalisation or oxygen support, assistant Health Minister, Sethomo Lelatisitswe told Parliament today.

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Batswana, foreigners up for gun related offences

FRANCISTOWN: Five men inclusive of two Batswana, two South Africans and a Zimbabwean are in serious trouble following their arrest for ‘possession of arms and ammunition and an alleged expensive stolen car worth more than P1 million’.

Dumelang Saleshando PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Morwaneg Kills Saleshando's 'No Confidence' Motion

The Minister for Presidential Affairs Governance and Public Administration, Kabo Morwaeng has shot down Leader of Opposition (LOO) Dumalenag Saleshando’s motion of no confidence in the government.

Khama and Kgosi during their BDF days PIC: SKIK

DIS accuses Khama, Kgosi of theft

The Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) says the pair of former president Ian Khama and his ally former director-general of the DIS, Isaac Kgosi have over the years been stealing and stockpiling firearms from the Botswana Defence Force and later the DIS.

Male 'genital-like' PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Male ‘Genital-Like’ Form Found In Trash

Maruapula residents are reeling in shock after what is suspected to resemble human male genitalia was discovered in a dustbin cage behind the Choppies Supermarket in the area on Thursday.

Minor arrested for allegedly killing brother PIC. THALEFANG CHARLES

Minor arrested for allegedly killing brother

Police have arrested a minor for allegedly stabbing and killing his brother last night at Seleto ward in Molepolole.


Paralysed Man Pleads For Police Aid

Wheelchair-bound Karabo Tlhakole, 36, has shared his sad plight with The Monitor on how he walked into Borakanelo Police Station a normal healthy individual only to leave a paralysed man.

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Hooliganism Uncool!

It was not only hazardous to others but also embarrassing and shocking. The outbreak of COVID-19 forced governments to impose restrictions to curb the spread of the potentially fatal virus, and one of them was a temporary ban on festivals and music shows. While necessary, these decisions affected the incomes of music promoters, musicians, different companies, which deal with sound equipment amongst others. Now that most of the restrictions have...

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