Damage done to the course of the Thamalakane River at the scene of the new Chinese-built bridge is causing concern to many householders. This aerial picture give a clear indication of the build up of the water as it reaches… Continue reading
The North West region is currently experiencing over-crowding in primary and junior secondary schools.
Speaking at a recent full council meeting of the North West District Council, chairperson Reaboka Mbulawa said that the region is currently faced with a big… Continue reading
Relocated fishermen from Lake Ngami – following a suspension of fishing activities there – have invaded other water bodies in the region enmass.
The freeeze on lake fishing followed environmental pollution concerns, but residents of new localities are already crying… Continue reading
A novel idea of using livestock insurance as a mitigating strategy on human-wildlife conflict was mooted at a recently-ended symposium on wildlife held in Maun.
On the last day of the three-day seminar, a Namibian consultant, Gail Potgieter, noted that… Continue reading
Despite its poor performance in Botswana General Certificate in Secondary Education (BGCSE) examinations in the past five years, Maun Senior Secondary School still has the potential to be among the Top 10 schools in the country.
North West’s regional education… Continue reading
The Bessie Head Heritage Trust has big things in store this year.
They will be holding both a writing competition and a workshop as well as a new sponsor for the prizes for the writing competition, Diamond Educational Publishers.
The… Continue reading
The United Nations’ International Day of Happiness (March 20) has passed without much fanfare in Botswana. And that is not surprising. How could Batswana notice it when the country is ranked as one of the unhappiest in the world, this… Continue reading