Sunday Standard
Legislators caught flatfooted as Batswana women rent out their wombs
BY MPHO KUHLMANN
The site lists her name as Refilwe. The surname field is blank and her home town has been assigned a generic “South East District.” The mother of two is however more than just a nobody from nowhere; she is the unsung storm trooper of Botswana’s parturiency revolu...
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Sunday Standard
Botswana lacks “systematic monitoring” of droughts
Botswana and several other southern African countries are experiencing one of the worst droughts in decades, caused by months of meagre rainfall and extremely high temperatures. Now a fresh report on global disaster risk says Botswana does not have reliable data on droughts that...
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Kebonang wants Masisi charged in NPF graft case
Former Minister Sadique Kebonang has accused the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) of double standards after it slapped him with corruption charges over donations made to President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s campaign in National Petroleum Fund (NPF) case, while the president was n...
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Can Masisi exorcise the Grinch that stole Botswana’s agriculture?
BY TLOTLO LEMMENYANE
In Botswana, agriculture is folklore, almost. Once upon a time stories of its heydays jostle cheek by jowl with fireside old wives tales. In the manner of all oral traditions, it is often carried in ancestral voices, spoken with a distant tone as though it is...
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Choppies closer to exiting SA
Botswana’s top retailer, Choppies, which during its good days was pushing its regional expansion strategy, has announced that its close to disposing its South African stores, as the retailer emerges from the scandal that tainted the company.
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