LSB Calls Afriforum's Engagement 'Alarming'
Local lawyers have described government’s decision to engage the services of Afriforum in the high profile money laundering and fraud case as ‘alarming’ and ‘ill-advised’.
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The Great Debt cleanup
Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a steep economic downturn, highly indebted emerging markets and developing countries are facing potentially ruinous fiscal crises, the costs of which will fall on ordinary citizens. Fortunately, there is a way to address the problem t...
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Lyns Funeral Palour loses its shine?
Once revered for exceptional services, the biggest funerary services provider in the country, Funeral Service Group (FSG) Limited, otherwise better known as Lyns Funeral Parlour is losing its shine from its loyal clients whose complaints are that the undertaker’s services current...
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Gov't throws a lifeline to creative's
With initiatives like creation of cultural hubs and increasing Btv’s local content as the icing on the cake, government has put the creative sector on the top list in the 2020/21 – 2022/2023 Economic Recovery and Transformation Plan (ERTP).
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Hamptons hopeful for October
The organisers of Botswana’s biggest live jazz event, Hamptons Jazz Fest, have set the show for October 24, 2020 at Grand Aria Stadium in Tlokweng.
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AfriForum, Nel for the State in 'Butterfly' case
South Africa's AfriForum and its lead advocate, Gerrie Nel, has been announced as the legal representative for the Botswana government in the former Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) 'Butterfly' money-laundering and fraud case.
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