Some constitutional, democratic and other lessons of 2019
Politics this year has been notoriously brutal, filled with wildly ambitious characters and individuals jockeying for influence in Botswana's competitive political space. We learnt that money and resources can go a long way and can make all the difference, and nobody is safe, pol...
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Farmers underutilize cluster farming- Minister
The Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Dr Edwin Dikoloti, has informed parliament that implementation of cluster farming is faced with challenges.
When answering a question from Sefhare-Ramokgonami legislator, Kesitegeile Gobotswang, who had sought the minist...
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DIS suspends Butterfly
The Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) has suspended its agent, Welheminah Mphoeng Maswabi known by her code name 'Butterfly'.
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UB rot sparks row
A row has erupted at the cash-strapped University of Botswana (UB) between the vice -chancellor, Professor David Norris, and some staff members.
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Masisi responds to Khama, UDC
President Mokgweetsi Masisi has not taken kindly to allegations that Botswana Democratic Party (BDP), with the help of the electoral commission and spy agency rigged the October 23 elections.
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The backbench is a blessing- Kablay
I am not quitting anytime soon- Kablay
Member of Parliament for Letlhakeng/ Lephepe, Liakat Kablay is delighted to have retained his position as BDP Chief Whip.
Although there have been allegations that he was disgruntled after he was yet again overlooked for a ministerial positi...
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