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  • Alliance for Progressives leader calls for change

    Mr Gaolathe (centre), Dr Butale (right) and Mr Monageng (left) being welcomed by some elderly members of the party at the launch of Mr Monageng in Molepolole on June 15. Gaolathe urged residents to vote for AP as it was committed to improving the lives of Batswana.
 Photo: Gothusang Lesego
    The leader of Alliance for Progressives (AP), Mr Ndaba Gaolathe, says through change of government,...

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  • BDP campaign trail hits Tswapong

    President Masisi (centre), First Lady Neo Masisi(second left), Letswapo region chairperson, Ms Malebogo Phuthego (left) and Ms Makgato at the launch of the prospective parliamentary candidate and councillors for Sefhare/Ramokkgonami in Chadibe on June 15. President Masisi urged the constituents to vote for Ms Makgato because she was a capable leader. Photo: Felicity Male
    President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi has urged Sefhare/Ramokgonami constituents to vote for Botswana Democratic Party (BDP)...

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  • Court dismisses application for case postponement

    Mahalapye principal magistrate, Mr Solomon Setshedi will tomorrow (June 13) deliver judgement on a case...

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  • AP Vice president launches Maun West MP

    Mr Sebati (left) taking an oath to represent the constituency under AP ticket in the coming general elections during his launch by Mr Mmolotsi in Maun on June 8. It is expected that Mr Sebati will be contesting along with Mr Dumelang Saleshando of UDC and Mr Reaboka Mbulawa of BDP. 
Photo: Esther Mmolai
     There is need for the nation to thoroughly assess and interrogate different political party candidates...

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  • Masisi advocates for BDP unity

    President Masisi, Vice President Slumber Tsogwane (centre) at the launch of the Gaborone North prospective parliamentary candidate, Mr Balopi right) on June 8. President Masisi urged members of the BDP to vote Mr Balopi in large numbers so that he could help him with issues of unemployment and promised them they would continue attracting more investors to the country to create jobs. Photo: Phenyo Moalosi
    Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) members have been encouraged to set aside personal and internal differences...

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  • Alliance promises new Botswana

    Mr Gaolathe (centre), Mr Molefhi (third left) and prospective council candidates during the launch of AP prospective parliamentary candidate and prospective council candidates for Gaborone North on June 8. Mr Gaolathe said they should be committed to serve the constituents diligently once elected in the forthcoming general elections. Photo: Gontle Merafhe
    The leader of Alliance for Progressives party, Mr Ndaba Gaolathe has appealed to Batswana to...

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  • VP urges candidates to live BDP brand

    Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) prospective parliamentary and council candidates have been called to display the...

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  • Masisi quintessential leader

    The Acting President Mr Slumber Tsogwane has extoled President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi, as a quintessential...

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  • BDP remains unshaken, resolute - Tsogwane

    Mr Tsogwane (left) and Mr Morwaeng during a BDP meeting in Molepolole on June 1. Mr Tsogwane encouraged members to vote for the party in the coming general elections as it was committed to develop Batswana. He also cautioned them against being swayed by empty promises of opposition parties. 
Photo: Gothusang Lesego
    Acting President, Mr Slumber Tsogwane has urged Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) supporters to remain calm...

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  • Gaolatlhe launches candidates

     Leader of the Alliance for Progressives (AP) Mr Ndaba Gaolatlhe has launched his party’s Molepolole...

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