Boteti butcheries to 'run dry', Motube warns

Police with stolen meat
Police with stolen meat

Residents of Boteti have been warned to brace themselves for a meat-free winter as the Botswana Police Service’s (BPS) anti-stock theft operation dubbed Kgomo-Khumo returns.

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the anti-stock theft operation set up to curb cattle rustling was relaunched last Thursday at Rakops.

BPS’ public relations officer, Assistant Commissioner Dipheko Motube said the Kgomo-Khumo operation is back and their presence will soon be felt.

Editor's Comment
Your vote matters

This period, running from May 20 to 31 2024, is crucial for those who have not yet registered to vote. This announcement comes in response to a significant shortfall in registered voters following the recent registration period. As it stands, only 62% of the target number of voters registered, leaving a considerable gap.With Botswana's general elections scheduled for October, every eligible citizen needs to register and exercise their...

Have a Story? Send Us a tip
arrow up