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  • British Gov’t funds gay campaign

    British’s High Commissioner to Botswana, Nick Pyle The British High Commission in Gaborone is aiding policy shift regarding lesbians, gays and bisexuals in Botswana. The commission recently...

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  • Masimolole takes IEC to court

    Masimolole petitions court to nullify Kgoroba’s win High Court Judge Nthomiwa is expected to decide whether to proceed with a petition in which the former Botswana...

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  • MPs want their salaries doubled

    Members of Parliament have formed a bargaining council to look into their conditions of service and with particular emphasis on their salaries. The Minister of...

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  • Parliament initiates BNYC probe

    BNYC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Benjamin Raletsatsi This week, Parliament unanimously endorsed Ignatius Moswaane’s motion calling for government to set up a task force to investigate reports of...

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  • Tshireletso warns BDP against empty promises

    Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Botlogile Tshireletso has warned that Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) may lose power in 2019 if substantial developments...

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  • Why DCEC raided CAAB

    The Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) raided the Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana (CAAB) offices this week confiscating computers, laptops and other files...

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  • Debswana revives Scholarship programme

    Debswana Diamond Company has once again demonstrated its commitment to skills development through the newly revived tertiary education scholarship programme. A major contributor to Botswana’s...

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  • Gov’t flunked opportunity to increase influence in De Beers

    Magang says Gov’t should have acquired 10 percent stake from the Oppenheimers Former Cabinet Minister, David Magang has revealed that government wasted a golden opportunity to...

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  • How troubled Boseto mine collapsed

    After barely three years of operation, Boseto mine has been closed after being declared insolvent by its Board of Directors.  The Discovery Metals Limited’s 100%...

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  • 2014 elections cost P280 million

    The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has spent approximately 280 million pula in the electoral activities from 2010 when the election cycle commenced until the recent...

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