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  • 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...

  • Mining companies mistreat workers

    Employees of mining companies in Jwaneng are complaining of gross injustice at the hands of the companies and government.The disgruntled workers allege that companies contracted by Debswana mine abuse them. They add that the Jwaneng District Labour...

  • 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...

  • SMART SWITCH: Miinistry of Local Government responds

    The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development says it has proactively engaged all Local Authorities to constantly investigate issues of pricing and compliance to standards by suppliers to vulnerable communities across all districts.Ministry...

  • Cuban community in Botswana commemorates July 26th

    The embassy of Cuba in Botswana commemorated the Cuban Revolution Day at the residence of the South African High Commissioner in Phakalane on Tuesday, July 26th.The event brought together members of the diplomatic community, members of political...

  • Students move towards fifth industrial revolution

    Destination Imagination envisions a Botswana which exists in the fifth industrial revolution.The organisation whose aim is to upscale learners through science, technology, robotics, engineering, art, and mathematics (STREAM) is hosting its first-ever...

  • GUC law Degree in limbo

    Gaborone University College of Law (GUC) in collaboration with Leeds Beckett University are offering a Bachelor of Law Degree course in Botswana and the degree certificate is fully awarded by Leeds Beckett University.The Director of Academics at GUC...

  • Masisi scrambles to unify BDP

    The 58th National Council of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) was held under the theme, 'Unity and Consolidation.'The ruling party's first national congress post Covid pandemic was aimed at unifying the party from the divisions that...

  • Family deeply aggrieved by Lovemore Sithole's actions

    - - Tlotso's funeral date unknownThrongs of Lobatse residents flooded the Lobatse Magistrate Court amidst the presence of heavy Botswana Police Service and the armed Special Support Group to get a glimpse of the arrested Lovemore Sithole who has...

  • Tlokweng Land Board allocates 104 residential plots

    The Tlokweng Land Board has allocated 104 residential plots in Mmaratanang Ward.Elijah Katse, the chairman of the Tlokweng Land Board said these plots are part of the 470 previously identified within the village and are intended to facilitate the...

  • Law puts NGOs under scrutiny

    The government has passed laws that make it hard for people to conduct illicit financial transactions in local Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs). All institutions registered under the Registrar of Societies must be supervised and monitored for...

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