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  • Gaborone pride celebration a feast of fun & colour

    This past Saturday, Gaborone glistened in rainbow colours as the annual Gaborone Pride celebration took place at the Central Business District (CBD). The fourth pride event in the nation was a gathering that brought together people from the Lesbians,...

  • Botho University makes electric car, produces own electricity

    Botho University produces 40 percent of its electricity through solar energy and has cut down on 80 percent of water wastage in their Gaborone Campus. And to cap it all, the University has its own electric car which was made by the learners from the...

  • P65m Smart Day Hospital opens in November

    Kalafhi medical clinic is on the verge of opening its Smart day hospital at Fairgrounds mall in Gaborone. The hospital will have 34 rooms and employ around 110 people.It will be a 24-hour facility that will hospitalise patients for a specified number...

  • UB, SEZA sign partner for research

    The University of Botswana and the Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding that is set to pave way for a knowledge based economy in Botswana.The memorandum is centred around identifying and implementation of...

  • NGO on a journey of hope towards cancer elimination

    Journey of Hope Botswana has started their annual bike ride that will see them visit 10 towns in seven days conducting breast cancer awareness and screening.Journey of Hope Botswana (JOHB) is an NGO that promotes early detection and treatment of...

  • Local entrepreneurship program expands into Africa

    Project 124, a training program for aspiring and high-level African entrepreneurs, has launched its annual training program under the theme, 'Building for impact and profitability.'The training program was established in 2016 and has branched...

  • BOMRA founding board bows out

    The founding board of the Botswana Medical Regulatory Authority (BOMRA) which is credited with setting up the institution and transforming it into a world-renowned institution has stepped down.Stakeholders in the health fraternity took time to bid...

  • BDP might rule forever (Potshot)

    My heart sank when Ndaba Goalathe, president of the Alliance for Progressives (AP) painted a picture of a new Botswana as AP and the Botswana Congress Party (BCP) took their bromance to a whole new level. As much as Ndaba and Saleshando envision a...

  • Purchase order financing uplifts SMEs

    A local fruits and vegetable wholesale provider, Yamikani foods in partnership with Topmarket Capital, a purchase order financing company have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will help Small Medium Enterprises get the produce they...

  • Player taught survival skills

    Members of the Footballers Union of Botswana were drilled in ethical conduct, survival tips in and out of the pitch, during the ordinary congress over the weekend. Footballers Union President, Onalethata Tshekiso explained to the union members that...

  • BCP-AP encouraged by organisations that will join them

    The Botswana Congress Party and the Alliance for Progressives held their initial negotiation talks this past weekend.The talks marked the beginning of a union that the two parties hope will last forever.President of the Alliance for Progressives...

  • Govt to increase support for research

    The Ministries of Education and Skills Development, Communication, Knowledge and Research and Agriculture are working together to increase efforts in funding of research - the foundation of any knowledge based economy.Minister of Communication,...

  • Surviving the unforgiving Makgadikgadi Pans at night

    YCare is a local NGO that strives to raise funds for charity through walking. This year's annual Makgadikgadi midnight walk brought together 85 adventure lovers who trekked 90km in the Makgadikgadi Pan over two nights.Chairperson of YCare, Moses...

  • Govt to increase support for research

    The Ministries of Education and Skills Development, Communication, Knowledge and Research and Agriculture are working together to increase efforts in funding of research - the foundation of any knowledge based economy.Minister of Communication,...

  • BOAD calls for a sign language-literate society

    Numerous challenges plague members of the deaf community in Botswana. Chief among these is the communication barrier that deaf people face when accessing everyday services as very few members of the community can communicate in sign language.A member...

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