The Voice
State defies court order in Butterfly case
The Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) faces possible contempt of court after failing to file and share answering affidavits in urgent bail application of disgraced Directorate of Intelligence and Security Services (DISS) agent, Wilheminah Mphoeng Maswabi.
On Monday when th...
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The Voice
Botlogile Tshireletso – Political Journey
Just days before the last General Elections former Mahalapye East legislator, Botlogile Tshireletso, spoke to us about her political journey, her retirement from active politics, her women’s rights activism as well as her fashion sense. We share excerpts from the interview in thi...
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The Voice
Brothers arrested for stock theft
Two brothers were arrested on suspicion of stock theft after they were found selling dried cow meat at Khwee village on Saturday.
Police detained the siblings, 24-year-old Oarabile Mokoba and Ofentse Goreetsamang, 25, after receiving a tip-off from a concerned member of the publi...
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The Voice
Hands off Boko- Khan
Botswana National Front’s Kweneng Regional Secretary, Arafat Khan has defended his party President, Duma Boko from the attacks that Boko has been subjected to by party veterans since elections.
In an interview with The Voice, Khan said that for...
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Sunday Standard
BPF said to be struggling financially
Given what has been alleged about its founder-patron, the Botswana Patriotic Front is the last party that should be having financial problems but it is.The party was launched to great fanfare and some of its major political rallies featured crowd-pulling big-name artists.
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BPFYL Dares State To Arrest Khama
Botswana Patriotic Front Youth League (BPFYL) has dared the State to arrest its patron, former president Ian Khama in the wake of allegations that he has a hand in the widely reported disappearance of P100 billion from public coffers.
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Sunday Standard
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