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  • SPECIAL OLYMPICS REPORT: Special Olympics underway in Berlin

    WITH DINEO TSHOSAWith the torch lit, the flag raised, and The President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier having uttered the famous words; "I hereby declare the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023 officially...

  • Land reforms profitable for citizens

    Rolong Landboard Secretary, Mosegofatsi Bose says the implementation of reforms within the Landboard as directed by the Tribal Act of 2018 will allow Batswana to take advantage of opportunities to better their livelihoods.Bose said this week that...

  • PRESTINE PROPERTIES AIMS TO BE THE BEST IN REAL ESTATE MARKET

    The real estate sector in Botswana is lucrative and yet competitive. Among the companies that are thriving in this sector, is a local company, Prestine Properties. Below, the founder of the company, BRIAN SOKESI tells BOTSWANA GUARDIAN that the...

  • Meatless Mondays in a book

    Dr Malebogo Eluya, better known as Dr. Lebo and meatless Mondays' crusader, is slated to launch her maiden book this coming week. Titled The Mindful Eater, in this book, Dr Lebo is as candid as she has ever been. Sharing an inspiring story of...

  • Germany welcomes special Olympians

    Having hosted the Olympic Games three times before, the 1936,1972 Summer Olympics and 1936 Winter Games, Germany will now be hosting the Special Olympics World Summer Games for the very first time. The 2023 Games, which comprises 26 sport events,...

  • Pandamatenga silos project takes shape

    Goabaone Masike Pandamatenga is the hub of arable agriculture in Botswana. One of the eight inaugural Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Botswana, Pandamatenga was established as a strategic economic response to the national food security initiative....

  • Earth Vitamins seeks millions for factory construction

    Earth Vitamins, the home-grown food production company, is on a roadshow to raise millions of Pula which will be channeled towards the construction of a first of its kind multi-purpose factory in Pilane, a village in the Kgatleng district. This week,...

  • The Run delivers personalised services

    BOTSWANA GUARDIAN: Kindly provide background to the formation of The Run (Transport and Logistics)TUMELO MOKOWE: The Run Transport & Logistics was officially registered with CIPA and incorporated as a company in terms of Botswana laws on the 1st of...

  • Incepta stands tall, 15 years later

    BOTSWANA GUARDIAN: Kindly introduce Incepta Communications to our readers and the general public?THABO MAJOLA: Incepta Communications is a strategic communications organization that was established in May 2008, making us 15 years old this year. We...

  • Half of BIUST graduates get employment

    While there is rampant unemployment among university graduates in Botswana, it has emerged that 48 percent of graduates of Botswana International University of Science and Technology (BIUST) are employed within a period of six months.This is revealed...

  • Moving BAMB, BMC to a new ministry is a wrong turn (COMMENT)

    Government has made a decision to move the troubled Botswana Meat Commission and yet another struggling Botswana Agricultural Marketing Board to the new Ministry of Entrepreneurship. Government has not told the public in detail why the decision was...

  • UN to drill journalists on digital security

    The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Regional Office for Southern Africa (OHCHR ROSA) is organising a sub-regional workshop for journalists in Southern Africa aimed at facilitating experience sharing, skills and...

  • Khana Capital gains entry into the Sub-Saharan market

    Khana Capital, the Botswana based supply chain financing company has just announced its intention to roll out its services to the rest of the Sub Saharan region.The company, is better known for its cutting edge digital financing technologies which...

  • GESA advocates for sustainability, renewable energy in Botswana

    BOTSWANA GUARDIAN: We understand that GESA advocates for the use of renewable energy for small customers and industrial users. Apart from this, explain to us in more details what the Association stands for?TUMISANG LETLAKANA: Green energy and...

  • StanChart commits to priority clients

    Standard Chartered bank has committed to providing top notch services for priority customers, a development which will match their ever growing needs.Head of Wealth Management and Affluent within the bank, Setshwano Ngope announced at a breakfast...

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