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  • Camel Park: Jewel of Kgalagadi Desert

    The Camel herd-boy and one of VDC members who immensely contributed to the founding of an eco-tourism outfit in Tsabong, Mr Chaoto Kganauwe. Photo: Poloko Lekhutlile
    South West of Botswana  anmong the soft Kgalagadi sand dunes, lanky creatures walk about with...

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  • Veteran broadcaster calls it a day

    Mr Pheko (centre) after receiving The Permanent Secretary\'s Award from Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food Security permanent secretary, Mr Jimmy Opelo (right) and deputy, Ms Rose Sennanyana in Gaborone last year. 
Photos: Courtesy of Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food Security
    Being a public servant is like being surrounded by a big family in which one...

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  • Roving axe connects community

    An axe is used almost daily to chop wood for making fire for domestic use or bonfires
    Africans used to have their way of promoting peace, cohesion and good neighbourliness. Some cultural trends...

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  • Coal: Business opportunity for Botswana Railways

    Botswana Railways main track rail line that passes through Mahalapye. Photo: Moshe Galeragwe
    After celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2018, Botswana Railways (BR) has since engaged in a...

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  • Mookane community celebrates Setlalekgosi

    Father Mokgothu said the life of Bishop Setlalekgosi was worth a celebration for he had left behind a legacy. Photo: Moshe Galeragwe
    It is without doubt that Mookane community feels robbed of a son whose family whole...

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  • Bojang: From humble beginnings to presidential body guard

    Mr Bojang (left) with former US President, George W Bush during one of the former’s assignments. After spending more than 30 years in the public scene, Mr Bojang retired in 2012 and now spends most of his time in Middlepits, tending livestock.
    Albert Bojang, son of Mr Andrew Tshekiso and Ms Popie Bojang, was born on June...

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  • From employee to employer

    78 Hair Salon owner, Ms Tumisang assisting a client at her business in Ntloolengwae Ward in Molepolole recently. She used her savings to kick-start her salon business. Photo: Jacob Obotseng
    Some Batswana have resorted to risking their savings to realise their dreams. One such is 40-year-old...

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  • Everywhere, anytime…just a touch

    HANDS FREE... Devices that are typically used for handsfree communication use bluetooth as its wireless technology. These devices include bluetooth headsets, hands-free car kits and personal navigation devices. Such technologies can reduce cellphone distracted driving. Photo: AFP
    Imagine the world at just your fingertips!  A touch here and a touch there and you...

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  • Livingstone tree has rich history

    The wild evergreen Livingstone\'s Tree at Manyana, which continues to tell history about ancient people who lived in the area 2000 years ago. Manyana Monuments field assistant Justice Kiki said Livingstone\'s Tree has a rich history about one of the first missionaries David Livingstone who came to Botswana in 1847 on a mission to convert people to Christianity as well as providing them with medical consultation. Photo: Nthabiseng Modise
     Ms Makgobe Mmesi, 84, remembers the evergreen and beautiful Livingstone’s Tree as their meeting place...

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  • Mourning prayers: To feed or not to feed

    Losing a loved one is considered one of the most painful moments in one’s life....

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