TK dodges court subpoena in BTO suit


Former Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism, Tshekedi Khama will not be taking the witness stand in a court case by one supplier against Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO).

The parastatal, which the minister oversaw, has been taken to court for failure to settle a bill owed to a company that produced digital images meant to sell the country outside. Virtually Anywhere Close Cooperation had on Tuesday subpoenaed Khama before court to give evidence against BTO for its failure to pay them.

The tourism body reportedly failed to pay the South African company after it was contracted to produce visual images that were to be used to sell the country in Berlin, Germany, Durban and Cape Town in South Africa.

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