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  • Prisons get over P4 million for support

    A number of Prisons across the country will finally get a facelift through the current development budget of the Transition National Development Plan (TNDP).Minister of Finance Peggy Serame confirmed in her Monday’s budget allocation, naming the...

  • Serame presents TNDP budget speech

    Minister of Finance, Peggy Serame’s budget speech is expected to address how the over P64 billion approved by parliament to finance the two-year Transition National Development Plan (TNDP) will be used during the first year.Last December Parliament...

  • Swiss President visits Botswana

    Botswana is preparing for a two-day visit of the President of the Swiss Confederation, Switzerland, Alain Berset and his delegation comprising his wife Muriel Zeender Berset, senior government officials, and representatives of multinational Swiss...

  • Two South African jurists join CoA

    Two South African jurists made their maiden appearance in the local Court of Appeal (CoA) bench at the ongoing session which started last Friday ending on February 17th, when all judgements will be delivered.A total 52 appeals enrolled, but about...

  • What does February 17th hold for Balete

    South African legal gurus - Geoff Budlender SC and Advocate Mitchell De Beer - Counsels for the Balete tribe, will appear before a full bench of the Court of Appeal next Tuesday to defend their client’s bold position - “the Land is ours”.The...

  • Dikoloti calms panic on drug shortage

    Good as Health minister, Dr. Edwin Dikoloti’s overture this week was, it came a little too late.The public is already agitated about the absence of medicines in public health facilities. Any allaying of these fears should have been done much...

  • Botswana Institute of Geometics positions itself for Govt. tenders

    Botswana Institute of Geometics (BIG) whose primary role is to deal with land surveying is positioning itself and its members for huge government tenders worth billions of Pula that have eluded them in the past.The Institute leadership is working...

  • Development of Water, Sanitation Master Plan budgeted for P178m

    Selected villages, towns and cities around the country will have an added advantage over others through the envisaged land development and service programme estimated to cost billions of Pula.This particular programme is budgeted for P2.350 billion...

  • Govt. may never recover advance payment to BCL liquidator

    The longer the BCL liquidation process takes to complete, the more the taxpayer’s purse will continue to bleed with no guarantee that the billions spent as advance payment to the liquidator will ever be recovered. So far government has provided...

  • Botswnaa faces 'dire' health crisis

    The critical shortage of most of the pharmaceutical supplies in the country remains “dire and indeed unsatisfactory”, because there are still many Batswana who are unable to access all the medications prescribed for them.The situation is likely...

  • Monteco Solutions Awarded 13 tenders worth over P98 million since formation in 2017

    Monteco Solutions (Pty) Ltd, has enjoyed dominance of tenders awarded by the then Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board (PPADB) and the Ministry of Health through Central Medical Stores, raking over P98 million in the last five years,...

  • Citrus farm prepares for expansion

    A high network citrus farming company located near Selibe Phikwe with a capital investment of P300 million is preparing more land where they will plant more fruit trees, increasing the number to one million.The South African based company that uses...

  • Kgolagano still not accredited with BQA

    Kgolagano College of Theology, one of the country’s oldest tertiary institutions, is not accredited with the Botswana Qualification Authority (BQA), Botswana Guardian has established.This week‘s inquiry brought confirmation to the longstanding...

  • Plan to evict former BCL employees aborts

    Friction between former BCL mine employees, the Liquidator and government, is far from over as a good number of people occupying the mine houses refuse to vacate or pay rent.The liquidator is preparing the final winding up and has set the first...

  • 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...

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