An artist’s impression of how the new Kazungula-Zambia bridge over the Zambezi River will look like when completed in about four years time. See story on The Weekender page.
The Minister of Transport and Communications, Nonofo Molefhi, could possibly be the first highly-placed government official to acknowledge there are widely held perceptions by the members of the public that their telephone conversations are being listened to and there is… Continue reading
A comprehensive programme of events, organised by the NorthWwest District Council, to celebrate the 48th anniversary of Botswana’s independence will be held next week.
The programme starts on September 27 with a cultural day with traditional cuisine at Maun’s main… Continue reading
With the Ebola virus having killed almost 3 000 people in West Africa, researchers are scrambling to identify where the disease will head next.
At least 98 people have reportedly been placed under Ebola quarantine in Harare, as Zimbabwe takes… Continue reading
With the country’s general elections set for October 24, the Botswana chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) recently held two workshops to mentor reporters on the coverage of elections. The workshops were in Gaborone and Francistown.
The… Continue reading
WASHINGTON DC – The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation a record P5-billion to settle long-standing claims by America’s largest Indian tribe that its funds and natural resources were mishandled for decades by the United Stgates government.… Continue reading
PRETORIA - A South African “holyman” who once made his flock eat grass now has them chugging down petrol.
At the time Botswana’s Minister of Labour and Home Affairs, Edwin Batshu, had threatened to detain him should he set foot… Continue reading