Vol 15 No 709 August 15th – August 22nd, 2014

The surge of water from the Angola highlands into the Okavango River and delta, affecting Lake Ngami as well as the Thamalakane and Boteti rivers, is clearly shown in this dramatic picture of the fan-like delta taken from space by… Continue reading

The parents of former 400m world champion Amantle Montsho have spoken of their anguish pertaining to the ensuing happenings surrounding their child’s Commonwealth Games doping tests ordeal.

The athlete’s B Sample drugs test from the Commonwealth Games came back positive… Continue reading

Women gathering water lilies in river areas are complaining that hippos disturb them while gathering water lilies.

The women gather water lillies (tswii) plants used as staple food for the people of the area. They sell both cooked and raw… Continue reading

The vice-chairman of Maun Tourism Network, who is also Maun Lodge general manager, Alfredo Rannoba, has expressed concern that the seeming increase of crime targeting the hospitality establishments in the area has the potential to harm the local tourism sector… Continue reading

Maun Police are investigating a case in which 68-year-old man of Boseja ward was found hanging inside his house in the early hours of Tuesday.

Superintendent Zhabi Hulela said the case was reported to them by a family member.

Hulela… Continue reading

In a bid to enhance and promote property reporting, literacy and increase awareness on issues of property ownership and investment, the Botswana Housing Corporation (BHC) held a media workshop recently for journalists in Gaborone.

The main aim of the workshop… Continue reading

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has appropriately been described as the worst-ever outbreak of a tropical disease the world has witnessed. It has already claimed more than 1 000 lives since its outbreak early this year in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra… Continue reading

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