The Voice
Kebonang brothers want their NPF charges dropped
Former Member of Parliament for Lobatse, Sadique Kebonang, his twin brother Judge Zein Kebonang and Kago Stimela want the National Petroleum Fund (NPF) P250 million looting charges against them withdrawn.
The three, represented by Unoda Mack, will be back in court on the 6th of D...
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The Voice
How the taxpayer got robbed
Khama, IK abused the black budget-claims
Details of how Government was swindled out of billions of pulas that have allegedly landed in South African Business woman, Bridget Motsepe and Hilton Lerato, a Motswana suspected to be spy agent; Welhmina Maswabi’s personal accounts have...
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Sunday Standard
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Sunday Standard
Inside Khama, Kgosi’s alleged BoB heist
Documents before the High Court suggest that former President Lt Gen Ian Khama and former Directorate of Intelligence and Security Services Director General Isaac Kgosi went behind the back of the Accountant General and opened three illegal bank accounts through which they stole...
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Sunday Standard
Did Tribalism influence Botswana’s election results?
Whoever coined the “E seng mo go Kgosikgolo…” campaign slogan that birthed the Botswana Patriotic Front, they meant serious business. Visual, written, or spoken messages provide cues to ways through which communication may be understood. This is a general definition of textual an...
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Mmegi
Hail, Mr President!
After the most epic election campaign, Moshupa’s son Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi has been inaugurated as the fifth President of the Republic of Botswana.
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Mmegi
Swearing-in and Inauguration of President Masisi
President Mokgweetsi Masisi was on November 1, 2019 sworn-in as Botswana's fith president on Friday. Masisi becomes the president after the Botswana Demcratic Party (BDP) won the elections that were held on October 23. Masisi was first sworn-in on April 1, 2018 after Ian Khama co...
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