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  • BHC to build more houses in Tutume

    Botswana Housing Corporation will in the near future build more houses in Tutume. Ms Ntonga said they had successfully built 50 housing units in the village, which different government departments had already shown interest to purchase. She said  of the 50 units, 25 were two bedroomed and the other 25 were three bedroomed, with prices ranging between P536 000 and P622 000, excluding VAT.
    Botswana Housing Corporation (BHC) will in the near future build more houses in Tutume. Addressing the...

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  • LUCARA has no interests in Letlhakane abattoir- Karowe GM

    LUCARA Botswana does not have any intentions of taking over Letlhakane abattoir and as such...

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  • Schools to offer tourism, hospitality subjects

    Maun Senior Secondary School is expected to offer tourism and hospitality subjects once the Education...

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  • Ministry positions Botswana as influential player

    Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation special award winner, Mr Charles Masole (centre) being applauded by his colleagues at the ministry’s awards ceremony in Gaborone recently. Ms Wame Johane also received the permanent secretary’ special award. 
Photo: Ogopoleng Kgomoethata
    Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation has been applauded for positioning Botswana as a respected...

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  • Employees should align programmes to excellence

    Ms Tekolo Morakanyane (left) receiving a long service award from University of Botswana Chancellor, Ms Linah Mhohlo at UB long service awards ceremony in Gaborone recently. Minister Olopeng said the country expected the university to produce globally competitive graduates who could export their skills, experiences and knowledge into the global market. Photo: Gontle Merafhe
    Employees need to be committed to ensure organisational programmes are aligned to the global competitive...

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  • Masisi attends summit

    President Dr Masisi
    Masisi will be among  African Presidents who will address the 12th US-Africa  Business Summit scheduled...

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  • Germany, Botswana parliaments build relations

    Mr Rabanus (seated-left), Ms Kokorwe (right) and members of parliament from German during a courtesy call on the speaker in Gaborone recently. Ms Kokorwe said parliament’s capability could only be enhanced through inter-parliamentary engagements. Photo: Gothusang Lesego
    A delegation of German members of parliament paid a courtesy visit to Speaker of National...

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  • Elephants kill two men

    Elephants last week killed two men in Gunitshoga in the Okavango panhandle area and at...

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  • CATCH model inspires UNAIDS director

    Ms Carlsson (centre) meeting South East tribal leaders during a visit to Ramotswa recently. She familiarised herself with the CATCH model, which addressed community challenges including HIV/AIDS. With them is Kgosi Mosadi (right). Photo: Bonang Masolotate
    The UNAIDS director, Ms Gunilla Carlsson, says she has drawn inspiration from the Communities Acting...

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  • WAR e kgala batsadi ba ba gwebang ka bana

    Mogokaganyi wa lekgotla la Women Against Rape (WAR) mo Maun, Mme Peggy Ramaphane o kgadile...

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