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Dikarabo Ramadubu
  • Night of Jazz

    Seasoned music collector, curator and presenter, McJohn Mosenene will on Saturday spin discs, playing his smooth jazz and soulful ballads as the curtain for the much envied and ever entertaining GIMC 2022 annual season pulls up.Just like all the...

  • Insufficient rains, a big blow to food production

    Botswana’s rainfall is erratic and unevenly distributed, a matter that affects food production. In most cases, rain come in short intense storms, which results in a rapid run-off and drainage during the summer season between November and April....

  • Reopening of BCL mine under threat

    The new owners of the BCL mine assets, Premium Nickel Resource Botswana (PNRB), are allegedly facing challenges from the Liquidator’s office which risk delaying the envisaged opening of the new mine.There is clear evidence that the relationship...

  • Miners left stranded underground

    Lives were endangered at the Selibe shaft mine as employees of the BCL mine left four of the Premium Nickel Resource Botswana (PNRB) miners stranded 900 metres underground.Botswana Guardian has it in good authority that what started off as a simple...

  • New iconic Tati Bridge to cost P37m

    Francistown residents whose properties are close to the old bridge will soon be moved in order to pave way for the construction of the modern and iconic bridge over the Tati River, Botswana Guardian has been told.Speaking in an interview, Francistown...

  • Francistown poised for a facelift

    The leadership of the oldest mining town and the country’s second city, Francistown, have lined up a number of strategies to facilitate investment and turn around the economy of the northern gateway business hub.The ambitious multibillion Pula...

  • PNRB to create wealth for Phikwe residents

    The new Selibe mine owners, Premium Nickel Resource Botswana (PNRB) have taken a bold decision not to own company houses in order to create wealth for the greater Selibe Phikwe residents, Botswana Guardian has been told.The Chief Executive Officer,...

  • State of the art Kavindama Hospital opens soon

    The people of Okavango constituency can brace themselves for the opening of the P300 million state-of-the-art Joseph Kavindama Hospital in Shakawe to be officially opened soon, Botswana Guardian has been told.So far, only two wings of the facility,...

  • LIES AND DECEIT

    On the surface it looks like a storm in a teacup but it is a brewing tornado which threatens to rent asunder the harmony subsisting between tribal leadership and politics. And at the heart of it all seems to lie bits of dishonesty, lies and...

  • BPF and the Lama connection

    Former president Lt. Gen. Dr. Ian Khama is believed to have deliberately chosen to have the launch of his party - Botswana Patriotic Front - on Saturday July 6th in Kanye to coincide with the birthday of the exiled spiritual leader of Tibet, Dalai...

  • LIES AND DECEIT

    Following the much publicised narrative that the newly-formed Botswana Patriotic Front(BPF) was barred from using Tsholofelo Hall for their meeting on Saturday, it has emerged that actually the party never made a booking to use the facility. If...

  • WEDDING ROYALE

    Kgosi Bokamoso Radipitse of Bakhurutshe ba Tonota got married to Mohumagadi Koontse nee Batsweleng of the same village in a colourful ceremony befitting royalty on Saturday in Tonota. The special occasion was held at the spacious main Tonota Kgotla,...

  • Men outnumber women 5 to 1 in BDF enrolment

    For every five men that are enlisted into the Botswana Defence Force every year, only one woman gets the nod. So far the highest ranking female in BDF is a captain since she was enlisted in 2007. Acting Minister of Defence Justice and Security,...

  • Patients commit suicide at Sbrana

    The Ministry of Health and Wellness is in the process of installing CCTV cameras at the country’s only psychiatric facility - Sbrana Hospital in Lobatse. The decision is a safety measure following the death of two patients who committed suicide...

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