MAHALAPYE: Former president Ian Khama has vowed to use Member of Parliament (MP) for Sefhare/Ramokgonami constituency, Dorcus Makgato’s attacks against him to de-campaign her and ensure that she did not win elections.
As the electoral season campaigns reach a crescendo, accusations amongst rivals keep on coming thick and fast with former Gaborone Central legislator Margaret Nasha pointing an accusatory finger at former colleagues in the ruling party.
After months of confusion and uncertainty Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) has finally moved a step forward to position itself ahead of the 2019 general election traditionally penciled for October this year. Mmegi Staff Writer RYDER GABATHUSE reports
Despite the rising wave of populism across the world and the damage populists have done in both the East and the West, voters are increasingly falling for populist rhetoric and the leaders who peddle it.