No excitement at the SONA

SELEBI-PHIKWE: Residents here expect the State of the Nation Address (SONA) scheduled for Monday by President Ian Khama to address their concerns.

Nnana Gaditshwane, said she expects the President to tell Batswana long-term measures that will be implemented to uplift lives and create employment opportunities. She said that Selebi-Phikwe as a mining town should have more job opportunities.

“We demand serious interventions not programmes such as backyard gardening and Ipelegeng,” she said.

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