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  • Clusters should be transparent, accountable

    Cluster committees have been advised to be transparent and accountable at all times. The advice was...

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  • Crime prevention responsibility of all

    Fighting crime in all its forms needs participation of all stakeholders, says Ms Itshenkeng Tsheboyagae. Speaking...

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  • Masisi salutes BPS

    President Masisi (second left), Minister of Defence, Justice and Security Mr Shaw Kgathi (third left) and BPS commissioner, Mr Keabetswe Makgope (left) being briefed by weapon mechanic and ammunition technician Constable Mooketsi Majebe during a tour of the SSG camp in Gaborone on March 21. President Masisi said BPS should ensure officers were adequately equipped to professionally and effectively tackle crime in all its manifestations. Photo: Phenyo Moalosi
    President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi says he is aware of challenges faced by Botswana Police Service...

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  • Seametso not amused

    Southern District Council (SDC) chairperson, Mr Alec Seametso has lashed at his organisation top brass...

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  • UB to impact positively on the lives of communities

    Professor Norris (left) and Public Affairs director, Ms Mhitshane Reetsang at a full council meeting in Gaborone on March 20. Professor Norris said the university had embarked on research that would address social issues to help the society and also on innovation that could drive economic prosperity through partnership. Photo: Phenyo Moalosi
    University of Botswana Vice Chancellor, Professor David Norris says the university’s mandate is to ensure...

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  • Contractor’s poor work ethic irks residents

    Although the construction of Tshimoyapula road was a welcome development to the residents, it seems...

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  • Francistown IEC experiences low voter registration

    Voter registration officer, Ms Lilian Mwansa (right) assisting Ms Botho Kgomotso (left) to register for the 2019 general election during the continuous voter registration exercise in Francistown recently. Ms Gabana encouraged Batswana to utelise the remaining two weeks to register and avoid last minute rush. 
Photo: Thamani Shabani
    Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) office in Francistown is witnessing low numbers of those registering in...

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  • Chobe DHMT gives feedback to Satau community

    Chobe District Health Management Team (DHMT) has screened all school children and the majority of...

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  • Mayor commends professionals for creative solutions

    Residents and leadership of Selibe Phikwe during a march to commemorate World Home Economics Day in Selebi Phikwe on March 20. The day was held under the theme “Creating and Innovation in Home Economics for Sustainable Development.” 
Photo: Kgotsofalang Botsang
    Home Economics professionals have been commended for coming up with creative solutions to various challenges...

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  • Moshaga plead for Good Hope senior revival

    Mr Moshaga showing Kanye Brigade Centre first year students a photo of his family with President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi during his motivational talk in Kanye recently. The motivational speaker who also visited Good Hope Senior Secondary School, encouraged students to be disciplined, self respecting, focused on their education and go an extra mile to become the best in life. 
Photo: Mmoloki Mauco
    Executive director of Global Transformation and Networks, Mr Taolo Moshaga, has urged pupils and teachers...

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