Thirsty Mahotshwane, Sese cry out

MOKHOMMA: The villages of Mahotshwane and Sese near Jwaneng have cried out loud about lack of water and that so serious is the matter that the residents could go for weeks and months without a single drop.

The two villages have in recent years grown rapidly, especially Sese that accommodates most of the contractor employees from Jwaneng Mine.

Sese, which is approximately 10km from Jwaneng, has turned out to be a safe refuge for high rentals from Jwaneng and the population keeps increasing. On Friday Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) chief executive officer (CEO) Mmetla Masire assured the residents, during their customer service day, that the corporation is working around the clock to ensure consistent supply of portable water.

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Masisi should avoid diplomatic tensions

Mokgweetsi Masisi’s recent spats regarding the supposed involvement of Eswatini and South Africa in accommodating former president Ian Khama have sparked concerns about the potential ramifications on diplomatic relations. While transparency is valued, it must be accompanied by strategic communication to mitigate unintended consequences.President Masisi’s comments during a diplomatic heads meeting have drawn attention to the delicate balance...

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