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Nicholas Mokwena
  • Minister Autlwetse neglected his duties - Khama

    Former President Ian Khama says the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Kgotla Autlwetse has ignored his duties to appoint Motshwaralela Bogosi Ba Gammangwato.He said having failed, neglected and refused to perform his statutory duty...

  • BCP promises public health reforms

    Botswana Congress Party (BCP) says it will build a robust and efficient standards-based health system that guarantees all access to first rate comprehensive health care services as an urgent priority.Member of Parliament for Sefhare-Ramokgonami, Dr...

  • Justice Kebonang hits back

    Justice Dr Zein Kebonang says the allegations that he authored Justice Boipuso Makhwe's ruling of the 24 November 2021 are outright false and a fabrication by the Applicants, Peter Collins and/or Mboki Chilisa.“I did not have a copy of it nor...

  • Inside North-west regional wars

    The failure by the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) to secure candidates for Maun East is not a coincidence but a result of the longstanding factional wars of the party in the North West Region.The party has never had peace in the region post...

  • BLLAHWU's Motshegwa prevail in Appeals Court

    The Court of Appeal has put to the rest the protracted legal battle between Botswana LandBoard, Local Authorities and Health Workers Union (BLLAHWU) and some members of the union.The members had dragged before court, the union President, Thatayaone...

  • Morwaeng clips Khama's wings

    The Constitution Amendment Bill has been tabled in Parliament this week by Minister for State President Kabo Morwaeng and according to the amendments, a person who has held the Office of President for the period prescribed under Section 34 (1) of the...

  • Termination of employment of public officer reviewable - Justice Leburu

    High Court Judge, Michael Leburu has dismissed arguments by Statistics Botswana that its decision to dismiss an employee is not subject to judicial review.A dismissed employee of Statistics Botswana, Kebonye Setshube has dragged the employer before...

  • Masisi brags of standing up to De Beers

    President Mokgweetsi Masisi says he was able to take head-on the giant, De Beers and conquered when it was not fashionable.He said he was being attacked by his opponents accusing him of trying to destroy the country. The Government and De Beers Group...

  • BDP lacks confidence on its president - Saleshando

    Botswana Congress Party (BCP) President, Dumelang Saleshando says the ruling party does not have confidence in their leader.He stated that the reasons behind refusal by Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) to support for direct election of head of state...

  • BPF's President Reatile isolated

    A decision by the Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) President, Mephato Reatile to withdraw from the Umbrella for Democratic Change has allegedly left him isolated as his National Executive Committee (NEC) has distanced itself from it.Reatile told a...

  • PWC challenges judgement favouring Choppies shareholders

    In the marathon case between Retail giant Choppies’ Shareholders and former auditors PriceWaterHouseCoopers (PWC), the audit firm wants a decision of the High Court given in favour of the shareholders last year, nullified.Audit firm PWC wants the...

  • Batswana urged to inspect voters roll thoroughly

    Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC)’s Madibela Tlhopho has challenged Batswana to take keen interest in inspecting the voters roll.Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has announced that it will be availing a roll resulting from the General...

  • Pact Model, a win-win for all - Reatile

    Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) President, Mephato Reatile says the Pact model that they want to enter into with the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) will be beneficial to both parties.The BPF leadership being the National Executive Committee...

  • Salary hike talks heat up

    Five Cooperating Unions will hold countrywide mass workers’ rallies and meetings from the 22nd to 24th of April 2024, to update and consult public servants on the adjourned salary negotiations with Government. The trade unions are Botswana Public...

  • BONU interdicted from increasing membership subscription

    Botswana Nurses Union (BONU) Central Executive Committee has been interdicted from increasing subscription fees for their members.On the 19th of February 2024, the Central Executive Committee (CEC) announced that membership subscriptions will be...

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