GABORONE – The Gaborone High Court on Tuesday adjourned after parties agreed on a postponement to next Thursday (November 6) in the case in which President Ian Khama wants amendments to parliamentary standing orders on the appointment of the Speaker,… Continue reading
Crime was prevalent in many areas of Maun over the past few days.
A church was desecrated in Maun in pre-election burglaries last week. The robbers broke into the Methodist Church and stole a number of items.
They then broke… Continue reading
The man who attempted to rape a Matlapaneng woman last week has died after she hit him over the head with a spade. The nude man had entered her house through a windows demanded sex and also her cellphone and… Continue reading
A Pan-African publication called Chronic Chimurenga was launched at the ongoing Maun International Arts Festival which started last Saturday and will end tomorrow (November 1). Chimurenga, a Shona term for struggle for freedom, is a Pan-African publication of culture, art,… Continue reading
The Australian government has selected 200 professionals from 22 African countries to take up Australia Awards Scholarships at Masters and Doctorate level at Australian universities from January 2015.
Within the Southern Africa region, students who have received Masters scholarships for… Continue reading
Indigenous food and wine has potential to diversify the local economy if they are packaged and labelled appropriately to meet the international standards. These were the views expressed by the organizers of the first annual Ngamiland Indigenous Food and Wine… Continue reading