Delimitation Commission report: More headache for Tshabang


FRANCISTOWN: To some people, the newly released Delimitation Commission Report is a double edged sword. The Delimitation Commission, which was chaired by Justice Mokwadi Chris Gabanagae, has submitted its report to President Mokgweetsi Masisi setting the stage for crunch primary and general elections next year.

While some political activists in the country may be happy about the report, this may not be so with the current Member of Parliament (MP) for Nkange constituency, Dr Never Tshabang.

In the 2019 General Election, Tshabang, then a Botswana Congress Party (BCP) activist deployed by the party to represent its parent organisation, Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC), won the constituency with 7,766 votes. Tshabang was followed by Ishmael Mokgethi of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) with 6,806 votes while Edison Wotho of the Alliance for Progressives (AP) garnered 1,458 votes. The political dynamics in Nkange constituency have dramatically changed: Tshabang has since been expelled from the BCP.

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