BMD to hold congress, rebuild


Just like any other political party which held its elective congress this year, the Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) is planning to hold its elective congress on October 28-30 at Mahalapye.

The outgoing president, Advocate Sidney Pilane will officiate at the congress. According to the acting secretary-general Bonang Kolobe, the primary role of their congress is to rebuild the party.

“We are only expecting 25 structures to attend the congress and the general membership of the party. As I said, the core mandate or primary role is to rebuild the party. Our party has been affected by a lot of things that have demoralised the members and for us to rebuild it, we need to relax some of the things in the constitution. Basically, it’s like starting afresh.

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