Let us be honest to the public


It is always interesting to read how international organisations especially embassies resident here view us as a democracy.

And when I recently read in our independent media that the US embassy had taken interest in the alleged corruption scandals of our DIS director Isaac Kgosi, I really got interested to see what the Americans, especially think of the Isaac Kgosi case.  In fact, I went a step further to go and have a look at the USA embassy report quoted by a local newspaper. I was hoping to read a mouthful from the actual report, which has been hyped by the media. I was a bit disappointed I don’t know whether to say I was disappointed by the media report or the US embassy report itself.

After studying the portion of the report on Isaac Kgosi, I felt either the media gave the report too much publicity for nothing, or its contents, intents and spirit were blown out of proportion either by design or by an overzealous media looking for some elusive gargantuan expose on Isaac Kgosi.

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Routine child vaccination imperative

The recent Vaccination Day in Motokwe, orchestrated through collaborative efforts between UNICEF, USAID, BRCS, and the Ministry of Health, underscores a commendable stride towards fortifying child health services.The painful reality as reflected by the Ministry of Health's data regarding the decline in routine immunisation coverage since the onset of the pandemic, is a cause for concern.It underscores the urgent need to address the...

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