Opinion Analysis

Stuff of life: Bread is used as an analogy in faith PIC: Jernejkitchen
How good is your heart?

When everyday things happen around us or when we ought to consider some aspect of ordinary life amidst us, it is hardly certain how we will react. Given that, it may be advisable to adopt a particular credo intended for nonbelievers: interest them first through their hearts - the most important muscle in our bodies as cardiologists say - and then their belief will naturally follow…

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Hive of activity: Kgale Shopping complex PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Spar purchases Kgale Shopping Centre from Kirbys

Tsetseng Retail Group, the operator of Spar stores around the country, has moved to purchase the Kgale Shopping Complex, where the supermarket chain is an anchor tenant.

Mercy Thebe leaves Limkokwing

Mercy Thebe leaves Limkokwing

Limkokwing University has lost one of its pioneer staff members, Mercy Thebe who has served the university for the past 16 years.


Public warned against unlicensed investments

Bank of Botswana (BoB), the Competition and Consumer Authority (CCA), and law enforcement agencies have revealed that they are investigating reports of suspected pyramid and ponzi schemes, or similar investment vehicles, operating in Botswana, allegedly involved in unfair and fraudulent trading practices.

Ian Khama FILE PIC

Khama loses

Former president, Ian Khama has lost a case in which he was challenging the interpretation and constitutionality of section 5(1)(b) of the Extradition Act of 1962 1 (the Act) before the South African High Court.

‘Lies, Damn Lies... and Statistics’

*The diamond industry is in crisis... and Botswana is going rogue!

Pilane and his lawyer Moesi PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Accusations of ‘fake’ papers in Masisi’s relatives tender feud

The 549.6 million water tender battle that has pitted President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s sister and nephew has now gotten dirtier with accusations of ‘fake’ documents flying around.

Karabo Gare

We are exporting jobs - Gare

FRANCISTOWN: Government is worried that the country is exporting a lot of jobs by not adding value to its resources.

Editor's Comment
GBV: The big elephant in the room

Sadly, the country seems not to have proper tools and the extent to which women and the girl-child are being abused is not adequately measured.Almost every week there are reports of women being attacked by their significant others and while men are attacked as well, women seem to be more on the receiving end.On May 24, 2023 news broke that a woman who was receiving support from the Botswana Gender-Based Violence Prevention Centre in Gaborone, was...

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