With the acceptance of a compromise offer to Discovery Metals Limited (DML)’s creditors this week, it almost a done deal that the Boseto copper mine at Toteng will reopen under Cupric Canyon Capital in the last quarter of 2015. According… Continue reading
Maun police have arrested a fellow policeman for illegally fishing at Lake Ngami, where fishing has been banned for several months. Police District No 5 officer commanding, Chabaesele Kesupetswe, confirmed the arrest this week of the police officer who is… Continue reading
After long delays attributed to poor planning and lack funds, plans are now afoot to have Shakawe as a fully-fledged service centre by September 2015. This was disclosed recently by the chairperson of Okavango Sub-Council, Mbahahauka Kambimba. He also explained… Continue reading
Coaching for Conservation® (C4C) is offering another dynamic conservation education programme to the children of Maun. Their mission is to conserve Botswana’s natural resources by using sport to engender self respect and inspire a generation of kids who care.
Celebrating… Continue reading
The Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture, Thapelo Olopeng, recently disclosed that cabinet has approved his proposal for the government to start searching for land on behalf of youth-operated businesses funded by the government. This is a welcome development as… Continue reading
The South African power utility, Eskom, which supplies almost all our electricity is certainly causing major problems for businesses and the general public both in this country and in South Africa.
The load shedding taking place at different times to… Continue reading