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  • Some of the exhibits displayed at the Sehunou workshop on poverty eradication.

    Caption:Some of the exhibits displayed at the Sehunou workshop on poverty eradication.

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  • BDF members attending to a recruit after having medical problem at a Passout Parade for basic military training course at Sir Seretse Khama Barracks on Thursday. Commander, Lt Gen. Gaolathe Galebotswe said the army will continuously protect wildlife population, which currently exists because of the commitment by the past and current leadership. 539 recruits graduated.  Photo: Thompson Keobaletswe…. PTM

    Caption:BDF members attending to a recruit after having medical problem at a Passout Parade for basic military training course at Sir Seretse Khama Barracks on Thursday. Commander, Lt Gen. Gaolathe Galebotswe said the army will continuously protect wildlife population, which currently exists because of the commitment by the past and current leadership. 539 recruits graduated. Photo: Thompson Keobaletswe…. PTM

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  • President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama inaugurating the founding BIUST chancellor, Mr Festus Mogae in Palapye.

    Caption:President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama inaugurating the founding BIUST chancellor, Mr Festus Mogae in Palapye.

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  • Government For You executive director, Mr Vasilis Koulolias (left) and National Assembly clerk, Ms Barbara Dithapo signing a Memorandum of Understanding in Gaborone on Monday. The MoU will enable the two organisation to adopt ICT policies and strategies aimed at empowering Members of Parliament to make effective use of ICT in order to actively participate in their advocacy roles. Photo: Godfrey Mpuse

    Caption:Government For You executive director, Mr Vasilis Koulolias (left) and National Assembly clerk, Ms Barbara Dithapo signing a Memorandum of Understanding in Gaborone on Monday. The MoU will enable the two organisation to adopt ICT policies and strategies aimed at empowering Members of Parliament to make effective use of ICT in order to actively participate in their advocacy roles. Photo: Godfrey Mpuse

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    Photographer:Dailynews

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  • Commander of BDF, Lt Gen. Gaolathe Galebotswe inspecting a parade at a Passout Parade for basic military training course at Sir Seretse Khama Barracks on Thursday. Gen. Galebotswe said the army will continuously protect wildlife population, which currently exists because of the commitment by the past and current leadership. 539 recruits graduated.

    Caption:Commander of BDF, Lt Gen. Gaolathe Galebotswe inspecting a parade at a Passout Parade for basic military training course at Sir Seretse Khama Barracks on Thursday. Gen. Galebotswe said the army will continuously protect wildlife population, which currently exists because of the commitment by the past and current leadership. 539 recruits graduated.

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • Cattle strain themselves to get grazing along the Maitengwe cordon fence. Cattle are feeling the onslaught of the drought in the area and thus tend to stray into Zimbabwe for grazing. Member of Parliament for Nkange Mr Edwin Batshu said this creates a problem because they do not want their cattle crossing over for fears of getting infected with Foot and Mouth

    Caption:Cattle strain themselves to get grazing along the Maitengwe cordon fence. Cattle are feeling the onslaught of the drought in the area and thus tend to stray into Zimbabwe for grazing. Member of Parliament for Nkange Mr Edwin Batshu said this creates a problem because they do not want their cattle crossing over for fears of getting infected with Foot and Mouth

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    Photographer:Tshoganetso Mokowe

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  • Minister of Presidential Affairs and Public Administration, Mr Mokgweetsi Masisi (right) at Ms Elizabeth Disang (left),  kiosk. Ms Disang and her colleague, Mr Onkabetse Goareng makes ovens that they use to bake loaves and supply them to Mosolotshane Primary School

    Caption:Minister of Presidential Affairs and Public Administration, Mr Mokgweetsi Masisi (right) at Ms Elizabeth Disang (left), kiosk. Ms Disang and her colleague, Mr Onkabetse Goareng makes ovens that they use to bake loaves and supply them to Mosolotshane Primary School

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • Beneficiaries in one of the life skills training programmes during the Poverty Eradication workshop in Sehunou

    Caption:Beneficiaries in one of the life skills training programmes during the Poverty Eradication workshop in Sehunou

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama planting tomato seedlings for South East Sports Association For The Disabled at a Community Service Day in Ramotswa

    Caption:President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama planting tomato seedlings for South East Sports Association For The Disabled at a Community Service Day in Ramotswa

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    Photographer:Felicity Male

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  • Botswana Senior Men’s Cricket team holding a trophy they won at PEPSI ICC-ACA T20 Division 2 Tournament held in South Africa recently,during their welcome session in Gaborone on Wednesday. Botswana won 6 out of 7 games securing top spot and clinched a place in Division

    Caption:Botswana Senior Men’s Cricket team holding a trophy they won at PEPSI ICC-ACA T20 Division 2 Tournament held in South Africa recently,during their welcome session in Gaborone on Wednesday. Botswana won 6 out of 7 games securing top spot and clinched a place in Division

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    Photographer:Gaseitsiwe Moruakgomo

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  • The effects of the drought that has hit Botswana is being felt around the country. The Kgomoinose Dam in Serule is a place where vultures come to feast as many carcasses of cattle and donkeys that lie around dead due unavailability pastures

    Caption:The effects of the drought that has hit Botswana is being felt around the country. The Kgomoinose Dam in Serule is a place where vultures come to feast as many carcasses of cattle and donkeys that lie around dead due unavailability pastures

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    Photographer:Tshepo Mongwa

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  • Old Naledi Village Development Committee treating residents to a luncheon during Independence Day celebration in Gaborone. According to VDC chairperson, Ms Diana Matlou(blue cap) this year’s preparations were difficult due to lack of funds

    Caption:Old Naledi Village Development Committee treating residents to a luncheon during Independence Day celebration in Gaborone. According to VDC chairperson, Ms Diana Matlou(blue cap) this year’s preparations were difficult due to lack of funds

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    Photographer:Godfrey Mpuse

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  • Assistant Minister of Finance and Development, Dr Gloria Somolekae (2nd right) addressing beneficiaries during an induction on life skills training programmes at Poverty Eradication Workshop. The projects include among others, backyard gardening, leatherworks, kiosk, food catering, tent hire, bakery and honey production

    Caption:Assistant Minister of Finance and Development, Dr Gloria Somolekae (2nd right) addressing beneficiaries during an induction on life skills training programmes at Poverty Eradication Workshop. The projects include among others, backyard gardening, leatherworks, kiosk, food catering, tent hire, bakery and honey production

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • ISIS Village resident pouring water on the remaining thatch to avoid it catching fire again in Tlokweng on Thursday, after the fire fighters extinguished the fire the night before.  Property Manager, Mr Michael Kiarie (not in the picture) said the investigations are still continuing and no one sustained any injuries

    Caption:ISIS Village resident pouring water on the remaining thatch to avoid it catching fire again in Tlokweng on Thursday, after the fire fighters extinguished the fire the night before. Property Manager, Mr Michael Kiarie (not in the picture) said the investigations are still continuing and no one sustained any injuries

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    Photographer:Ogopoleng Kgomoethata

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  • Japanese Ambassador, Mr Hiroyasu Kobayashi exchanging notes after signing an over P 885 million grant with Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr Phandu Skelemani in Gaborone on Tuesday. Mr Kobayashi said the grant from Japan will be used for the construction of a bridge over the Zambezi river at Kazungula between Botswana and Zambia

    Caption:Japanese Ambassador, Mr Hiroyasu Kobayashi exchanging notes after signing an over P 885 million grant with Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr Phandu Skelemani in Gaborone on Tuesday. Mr Kobayashi said the grant from Japan will be used for the construction of a bridge over the Zambezi river at Kazungula between Botswana and Zambia

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    Photographer:Godfrey Mpuse

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  • President Seretse Khama Ian Khama unveiling a plaque at the official handover of the refurbished Leobo la Kgotla ya Ga-Mmangwato in Serowe. The shelter was refurbished by Morupule Coal Mine at about P500 000. Looking on is the general manager, Albert Milton

    Caption:President Seretse Khama Ian Khama unveiling a plaque at the official handover of the refurbished Leobo la Kgotla ya Ga-Mmangwato in Serowe. The shelter was refurbished by Morupule Coal Mine at about P500 000. Looking on is the general manager, Albert Milton

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    Photographer:Yobe Shonga

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  • Kgosi Mosadi Seboko of Balete (left), Nigerian high commissioner, Mr Okubotin Cocodia and his wife Rita at the Nigeria’s 52nd Independence anniversary celebrations in Gaborone. Mr Cocodia edged international community to seriously address the problems of global warming, in order to preserve environment

    Caption:Kgosi Mosadi Seboko of Balete (left), Nigerian high commissioner, Mr Okubotin Cocodia and his wife Rita at the Nigeria’s 52nd Independence anniversary celebrations in Gaborone. Mr Cocodia edged international community to seriously address the problems of global warming, in order to preserve environment

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    Photographer:Felicity Male

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  • A TREE FOR GOOD LIFE…Minister De Graaff (right) planting a tree at Mr Rakole Orakanye\'s  yard during the poverty eradication workshop in Sehunou. Mr Oranyane is one of the beneficiary of a back yard garden. The workshop was attended by 1000 beneficiaries from Central District, as well as 500 officials and experts, who facilitated and lead in various training sessions. The projects include among others, backyard gardening, leather works, food catering, tent hire, bakery and honey production. The workshop was officially closed by Minister of Agriculture, Mr Christiaan De Graaff

    Caption:A TREE FOR GOOD LIFE…Minister De Graaff (right) planting a tree at Mr Rakole Orakanye's yard during the poverty eradication workshop in Sehunou. Mr Oranyane is one of the beneficiary of a back yard garden. The workshop was attended by 1000 beneficiaries from Central District, as well as 500 officials and experts, who facilitated and lead in various training sessions. The projects include among others, backyard gardening, leather works, food catering, tent hire, bakery and honey production. The workshop was officially closed by Minister of Agriculture, Mr Christiaan De Graaff

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • Participants and beneficiaries from Sehunou/Motshegaletau at the Poverty Eradication Workshop  opening ceremony

    Caption:Participants and beneficiaries from Sehunou/Motshegaletau at the Poverty Eradication Workshop opening ceremony

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama inaugurating the founding BIUST chancellor, Mr Festus Mogae in Palapye

    Caption:President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama inaugurating the founding BIUST chancellor, Mr Festus Mogae in Palapye

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (counseling and human services) graduate, John Ntseane (left) capped by Chairman of the University of Botswana council, Justice Elijah Legwaila during University of Botswana and Botswana College of Agriculture graduation ceremony in Gaborone on Saturday. A total of 2446 graduated from University of Botswana and 167 from Botswana college of Agriculture

    Caption:Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (counseling and human services) graduate, John Ntseane (left) capped by Chairman of the University of Botswana council, Justice Elijah Legwaila during University of Botswana and Botswana College of Agriculture graduation ceremony in Gaborone on Saturday. A total of 2446 graduated from University of Botswana and 167 from Botswana college of Agriculture

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    Photographer:Gothusang Lesego

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  • Optical volunteer, Mr Kabo Disang testing Ms Mothonyana Modisaotsile’s eyes at the Worlds Sight Day commemoration in Gaborone on Thursday. United Nations representative, Dr Eugene Nyarko said statistics indicate that in the world, 35 million people are blind and 285 million are visually impaired whereas 246 million have low vision

    Caption:Optical volunteer, Mr Kabo Disang testing Ms Mothonyana Modisaotsile’s eyes at the Worlds Sight Day commemoration in Gaborone on Thursday. United Nations representative, Dr Eugene Nyarko said statistics indicate that in the world, 35 million people are blind and 285 million are visually impaired whereas 246 million have low vision

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    Photographer:Gontle Merafhe

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  • Chairperson of the Standards Council, Mr Ezekial Thekiso (left) receiving a token of appreciation from the Botswana Bureau Of Standards (BOBS), Ms Masego Marobela at the commemoration of World Standards Day in Gaborone on Thursday. Ms Marobela said they are celebrating the 33rd year of world standard this year and the day is celebrated annually

    Caption:Chairperson of the Standards Council, Mr Ezekial Thekiso (left) receiving a token of appreciation from the Botswana Bureau Of Standards (BOBS), Ms Masego Marobela at the commemoration of World Standards Day in Gaborone on Thursday. Ms Marobela said they are celebrating the 33rd year of world standard this year and the day is celebrated annually

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    Photographer:Felicity Male

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  • Businessman, Mr Samuel Mpuchane, Ambassador Joseph Legwaila and former president, Mr Festus Mogae at the state luncheon

    Caption:Businessman, Mr Samuel Mpuchane, Ambassador Joseph Legwaila and former president, Mr Festus Mogae at the state luncheon

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • Presidents Khama and Zuma with their cabinet ministers during official talks at the Office of the President

    Caption:Presidents Khama and Zuma with their cabinet ministers during official talks at the Office of the President

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    Photographer:Godfrey Mpuse

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  • South African first lady, Ms Sizakhele Khumalo arriving at the state luncheon in Gaborone

    Caption:South African first lady, Ms Sizakhele Khumalo arriving at the state luncheon in Gaborone

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    Photographer:Thompson Keobaletswe

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  • Bishop Valentine Seane consecrating the coffin of Kgosi Anthony Moapare in Hukuntsi over the weekend.  Kgosi Moapare died after a short illness. Various Speakers at his funeral applauded him for not condone lawlessness in Kgalagadi

    Caption:Bishop Valentine Seane consecrating the coffin of Kgosi Anthony Moapare in Hukuntsi over the weekend. Kgosi Moapare died after a short illness. Various Speakers at his funeral applauded him for not condone lawlessness in Kgalagadi

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    Photographer:Thato Mosinyi

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