MAUN: The eagerly awaited annual flooding of the Okavango Delta and the subsequent filling up of the rivers it feeds is a huge and welcome event for the people and animals who depend on its lifegiving waters.
As the Greater Gaborone Zone returned to a total lockdown following a possible coronavirus (COVID-19) exposure at a local bank and private hospital, authorities have issued contradicting statements on the cases.
In his book In Pursuit of Justice: Examining the Intersection of Philosophy, Politics and Law, Justice Oagile Dingake a Justice from Botswana now based in the foreign land of Papua New Guinea says “The vocation of a judge was once described as something akin to priesthood”.
A week before lockdown began, a high powered delegation from the Tourism ministry descended upon one of the Delta’s prime addresses, Mombo, to witness the fourth rebirth of the iconic camp. Staff Writer, MBONGENI MGUNI was amongst the visiting group
FRANCISTOWN: Coordinator of Botswana’s Presidential COVID-19 Task Force, Dr. Kereng Masupu has warned that if the novel Coronavirus overwhelms Botswana, as it is the case elsewhere in the world, the country would struggle.