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President Masisi's first one hundred days in office

Monday, July 9 2018 marked President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s 100 days in office. In his swearing-in address, the President promised to fight corruption, improve ease of doing business, create jobs, restore confidence in government and accelerate bilateral relations.

 

  • Caption: TAKING THE REIGNS - President Mokgweeetsi Masisi (left) being sworn in as the fifth President of Botswana by Chief Justice Maruping Dibotelo in Gaborone.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: ITS TEAM WORK - President Masisi (left) swearing-in Minister of Basic Education, Mr Bagalatia Arone. President Masisi advised his Cabinet to do away with unnecessary bottlenecks that hinder reliable and quality service to Batswana.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: ON THE WORLD STAGE - President Masisi and other world leaders on arrival at The 25th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Botswana reaffirmed commitment to playing her part in addressing global challenges to create a better future for all.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption:MENDING RELATIONS - Ministers Nonofo Molefhi (left) and Tshenolo Mabeo (right) shaking hands with BOPEU president, Ms Masego Mogwera at a joint press conference on the ministers return from ILO convention. Mr Molefhi reaffirmed governmentís commitment to building amecable relations with labour unions.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption:MEDIA CRUCIAL IN DEMOCRACY - President Masisi (right) and his ministers at the first ever full cabinet press conference. President Masisi said his administration was committed to a thriving, free and vibrant media in the country. He promised regular interaction with the media to ensure accurate reporting.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption:POWER TO WOMEN - Minister of Nationality, Immigration And Gender Affairs, Ms Dorcas Makgato (right) with business women at the 19th National Womenís Exposition.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption:WE ARE ONE - President Mokgweetsi Masisi and Comoros President Azali Assoumani of the Comoros in Moroni. The visit was part of President Masisiís tour of SADC states to strengthen relations and explore investment opportunities.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: EASING DOING BUSINESS - Minister of Nationality, Immigration And Gender Affairs, Ms Dorcas Makgato (second left) and her ministry officials during a visit to Sikwane Boarder Gate. Government is determined to review all legislations that impede business such as those dealing with residence and work permits to enhance ease of doing business in the country.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: TOGETHER WE ACHIEVE MUCH - President Masisi (right) with King Moswati III of eSwatini, President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane and President Hage Geingob of Namibia during the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) summit in Gaborone. Mr Masisi said Botswana would intensify efforts to unlock market and business opportunities to benefit from regional and global trade.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT - President Masisi and Vice President Mr SlumberTsogwane during his inaugural kgotla meeting in Letlhakane.The President said his government valued consultation as one of the corner stones of democracy and good governance.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: AGRICULTURE MATTERS - President Masisi and Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Mr Patrick Ralotsia being briefed by Impact Genetics CEO, Mr Monty Chiepe during their tour of the facility. Mr Masisi said government would continue to strive to commercialise the agricultural sector in order to diversify the economy and achieve food security.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

  • Caption: DIVERSIFICATION KEY - Minister of Minerals Resources, Green Technology and Mineral Security, Mr Eric Molale (left) at the opening of Suresh Diamond cutting and polishing operation. Mr Molale said government aspires to establish viable diamond beneficiation projects in Botswana.

    Location:GABORONE

    Photographer:BOPA

    Event:100 days in office

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