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Dikarabo Ramadubu
  • 'Our Parliament stands on threshold of history'- Gobotswang

    Member of Parliament for Sefhare – Ramokgonami, Dr Kesitegile Gobotswang argues that the Constitution Review document currently before parliament is intended for posterity, and no previous parliament has faced such a pivotal moment.He emphasised...

  • Petrol shortage looms

    Four countries, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and South Africa must prepare themselves not only a possible shortage of ULP 93 petroleum, but even deepen their pockets as the supplier, NATREF shuts down for maintenance beginning next week.The...

  • Muzila vies for Gaborone Bonnington South

    Parliamentary candidate for the Gaborone Bonnington South Constituency, Montwedi Muzila, representing the alliance between the Botswana Congress Party (BCP) and Botswana Labour Party (BLP), is fully prepared for the political challenge ahead.Despite...

  • BDP fields Ian Khama's first cousin

    The Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) is determined to regain control of the Serowe West constituency, which slipped from their grasp after former legislator Tshekedi Khama defected to the Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF).In pursuit of this goal, they...

  • BCL Liquidator evicts PNR employees

    The BCL liquidator has taken a drastically unexpected decision of issuing notices to occupants of certain BCL houses, primarily employees of Premium Nickel Botswana.These notices require not only the payment of outstanding rent but also the...

  • Bangwato royal uncles present 'dummy' petition

    Bangwato royal uncles (BoRangwane) and a group called Balwela Kgosi, experienced a setback on Monday.Their two-day meeting, intended to conclude with the submission of a petition to the government to allow Kgosi Ian Khama to return home, failed due...

  • Matlhware finally contests general election under BDP

    And no other can attest to this truism except the industrious community builder, Ogaketse Puma Matlhware, whose countless attempts at contesting for a parliamentary seat for the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP), have finally been rewarded!He has been...

  • BDP reveals surprise package in Palapye

    Kungo Mabogo, a woman with aspirations of becoming the next legislator for the Palapye Constituency under the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) ticket, is closer to achieving her dream after being declared the sole candidate by her party.Mabogo...

  • Businesses urged to exploit Chinese market

    Ambassador Dr. Batlang Serema, Botswana's representative to the People's Republic of China says establishing connections with Chinese online businesses is essential for Batswana to access the lucrative Chinese market.During an interview with...

  • BURS exceeds P50 billion tax collection target

    Botswana Unified Revenue Services (BURS) has not just met but exceeded its set collection goal of P51.199 billion and is now aiming for a revenue milestone of P70 billion for the 2024/25 period.Commissioner General of BURS, Jeanette Makgolo,...

  • Zimbabwean ecologist backs Botswana

    Zimbabwean ecologist, Patience Gandiwa conveyed to the British legislators, predominantly consisting of House of Lords members, that Africa must engage in trade and not depend on aid from Britain in order to thrive. Gandiwa was part of a six-nation...

  • No to absolute ban of imported trophy

    Lord Benjamin Mancroft, representing the House of Commons in the United Kingdom, remains steadfast in his commitment, along with his colleagues, to diligently review and refine the Import Prohibition Bill, upon its presentation to them.The Bill was...

  • Masisi castigates proponents of hunting ban

    President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi has commended the country’s endeavours aimed at advancing conservation and wildlife management, while also urging the global community to acknowledge Botswana's ongoing dedication to these causes and provide...

  • GCC seeks P1 billion

    Gaborone City Mayor Austin Abraham has expressed optimism that the council will secure the entire proposed Revenue Support Grant, amounting to about P1 billion from the state.This grant is intended to cover both infrastructure development and...

  • Diamond companies protest G7 certification of global diamonds

    The recent developments following the G7 countries’ decision to mandate the certification of all global diamonds in Belgium have proven to be disastrous, particularly affecting non-Russian trade.Reliable information reaching Botswana Guardian this...

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