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Lame Lucas
  • Baby killed in suspected drunken driving, but no arrest

    A 26-year-old woman of Mmadinare, Tumelo Molatlhegi, has no peace. She seeks justice for the death of daughter, Joy, who died in 2021 after she was hit by car.Narrating her ordeal to The Midweek Sun this week, the teary mother said that on the 21st...

  • Prisons hands over business project to ex-convict

    Botswana Prisons has adopted an offender rehabilitation and reintegration strategy to help offenders address risk factors associated with their criminal behaviour and acquire the necessary skills to live as law-abiding citizens.The programme is aimed...

  • Molefi publishes Trust the Process

    Dimpho Molefi recently published a new book titled 'Trust the Process,' last month, which is a motivational book based her life and It teaches people how to remain calm and content in the middle of tough times and allow God to work it out at...

  • Thembilicious Delights!

    Founder of Thembilicious delights, Thembi Mokaloba, a cake making business, strives to make it in the baking industry. She recently told Vibe that her passion for baking inspired her to create unique styles of cakes for clients.According to Mokaloba,...

  • 'BOLOTO' ON DEMAND

    There is an emerging and disturbing trend where some youngsters are increasingly engaging in unprotected sex.HIV Activist, Pako Bootsapo has observed that some see this risky behaviour that exposes them to HIV infection as fashionable and something...

  • Inmate who died last week laid to rest

    An inmate who died ‘mysteriously’ after prison officers restrained him for allegedly attacking one of their own in a Kasane prison last week will be laid to rest this Wednesday in Nata.In an interview with The Midweek Sun, Botswana Prisons Public...

  • Male sex work rife in Botswana

    World Executive Director for Nothing Without Us Society, Beauty Bayley says contrary to popular belief, male sex work exists and is rife in Botswana.The organisation, which is based in Francistown, is a community-based society working to improve...

  • Inmates trained on character development

    Alpha Outreach Botswana, an organisation that aims to transform and empower inmates, hosted 81 inmates from Moshupa Boys Prison for a three-month spiritual course.In an interview, Country Director Bekezela Mauze said the programme aims to transform...

  • Mokone unemployed because of wrongful conviction

    Ex-convict, Boyson Mokone is living with the aftermaths of being convicted wrongfully. Mokone was wrongly convicted in 1998 after he was accused of rape.His life dramatically changed that day. He had to serve one year in prison even though he was...

  • Traditional Healers condemn ritual killings

    Botswana Traditional Practitioners Association has distanced itself from individuals who allegedly harvest body parts from innocent people whether dead or alive for potions and charms for purposes of attracting wealth, among other reasons.In an...

  • Dumped baby retrieved alive from pitlatrine

    Letlhakane Police are investigating a case in which a newborn baby boy was found dumped in a pit latrine in Letsibogo ward in Letlhakane this past Sunday morning.Letlhakane Police Station Commander, Michael Maphephu said they received a report from a...

  • Search continues for Gaborone Dam fishermen

    Over a week later, Police and Botswana Defence Force scuba divers have this week continued in their intensive search for two fishermen who went missing at the Gaborone Dam on Sunday 17th of July 2022.There are fears that the duo may have drowned....

  • Countries work closely to end cross-border crime

    Botswana has entered into a number of inter-government collaborative arrangements with countries including Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, and Rwanda to address corruption and related crimes. These arrangements have resulted in the signing of a...

  • PICKING UP THE PIECES

    Kativa Diwanga (37) of Block 1 in Francistown is trying to pick up the pieces after a devastating triple murder charge against him back in 2019.He vividly recalls the confusion that filled his life on that fateful day when he was whisked away in...

  • Teachers are overloaded overworked - BOSETU

    Teachers’ workload compromises the learning and teaching process hence the Ministry of Education and Skills Development must consider reducing it, the Botswana Sectors of Educators Trade Unions (BOSETU) Secretary-General Tobokani Rari has said.In...

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