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  • May 21, 2018: A day to be alive!

    May 21, 2018 remains ineffaceable in the minds of employees of Debswana in the processing...

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  • Young Motswana braves war-torn Afghanistan

    War-torn! Floods! Famine! This is the heart-wrenching story of Afghanistan.  A melancholy from a country which...

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  • Keeme Mosinyi: Fine artist of repute

    Mr Mosinyi
     After 30 years of serving government as a graphic designer, Mr Keeme Mosinyi is still...

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  • Pheko follows heart, defies odds

    Ms Pheko
    Twenty-four-year-old Ms Lesego Pheko is an example of what one could achieve if they follow...

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  • Botswana’s quintessential wilderness safari

    Artistes come from all other places to use the sand dunes for photo and video shoots.
    It is the wee hours of the morning as I lace up my boots to...

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  • Glimmer of hope for Setsile

    Residents of Setsile receive water through a water bowser since the village does not have a reliable source of water. Photos: Moshe Galeragwe
    Despite its proximity to Mahalapye, the village of Setsile still yearns for modern developments, as...

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  • Molopo River dormant but rich

    Kgosi Botsheleng says they discovered the tile stone in the middle of the dry river tunnel in Khuis and that this will add value to the lives of the residents. Photos: Calviniah Kgautlhe
     It is a warm, but windy morning as we enter the small and relatively quiet...

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  • Artisanal fishermen of Dikgathong Dam

    Dikgathong Dam is a fishermen’s paradise as the waters teem with fish ready for the catch. For fishing enthusiasts and skillful artisanal fishermen alike, the dam has plenty to offer in terms of recreation and livelihood sustenance. Photo: Gaseitsewe Moruakgomo
    Dikgathong Dam, which is located at the confluence of the Shashe and Tati rivers and...

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  • Jumbos: Dreadful ‘agricultural pests’

    Sustaining families through subsitence farming in Botswana dates back to pre-indepedence era. Government has put in place support interventions to upgrade a larger fraction of the population whose  livelihoods depend on subsistence farming. However, all is in vain if the soaring elephant herd is not contained.
    Until recently, Botswana’s elephant population narrative was music to the ears, symbolising a country at...

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  • Donkey rustling leaves Matopi in lurch

    Kgosi Mooketsi explaining the bittersweet peace that Matopi is experiencing after donkey rustlers dispossessed farmers of their herds. He noted that the criminals were no longer terrorising them because only four donkeys were left. Photo: Puso Kedidimetse
    Systematic and rampant donkey rustling, which became entrenched along border villages in the North East...

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