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Heat Wave Warning-The Department of Meteorological Services

PRESS RELEASE DAT: 16th OCTOBER 2017 HEAT WAVE WARNING The Department of Meteorological Services wishes to advise the public that the prevailing weather conditions of...

Festivals Billed For This Year At Stadia Will Go On As Planned

Minister of Yoouth Empowerment, Sport And Culture Development Thapelo Olopeng has said that public events that has been planned for this will still happen at the agreed...

Oops! Minister Bans Music Festivals At Public Places

Incidents that occurred this past weekend at the GIMC has surely caused ‘havoc’. Everyone including the government is angry. The Minister of Youth...

UB Students Pay Respect To The Deceased Nametso Bogopa

UB Students Pay Respect To The Deceased Nametso Bogopa University of Botswana students today held a memorial service for one of their own Nametso Bogopa who was...

6 Simple Ways To Avoid Being Mugged

6 Simple Ways To Avoid Being Mugged A mugging incident can leave you shaken for a very long time. Whether you live in the city or the suburbs, walking alone can be...

Tiny Ntshabele With Another Pledge To ‘Save’ Daughter Abian

About two years back, the Ntshabele family came with a plea to the nation to help them raise funds for their ailing daughter Abian Ntshabele so she can get medical...

Suspects On The ‘Bus Rank’ Incident Arrested

For a while since a young lady was stripped at the Gaborone bus rank for apparently dressing inappropriately, the police have been searching for culprits who were...

State Funeral For Former President Masire Slated For Thursday In Kanye

Members of the public are informed that a State funeral will be held in Kanye on Thursday 29th for the late former president QKJ Masire. Members of the Public are...

President Ian Khama Has Declared Three Days Of Mourning For Former President QKJ Masire

In remembrance of Sir Ketumile we shall as of today, Friday the 23rd June 2017, begin a three day period of mourning, which shall run through to Sunday the 25th of June...

Today Is Day Of The African Child, Check Out The Theme Here!

The  Day of the African Child (DAC) 2017 is commemorated under the theme “The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development for Children in Africa: Accelerating protection,...

Top 10 Reasons Why Botswana Is The Best Country In The World

As much as  Batswana youth love whining about how this country is run and some thinking it is a disadvantage to have been born into this country of rare opportunities,...

One Of The Protesters Speak Out- Tshepo Jamillah Moyo Read Her Statement Here!

On Saturday ladies in Gaborone went on a march to protest against women abuse following an incident where a young woman was stripped of her clothes for apparently...

Alleged Increase In Bus Fares Not True

The Ministry of Transport and Communications would like to inform its valued customers that it is NOT TRUE that both bus and taxi fares will be increased by Monday 29th...

Happy Africa Day! Do You Know What It’s All About? Read Here!

Happy Africa Day! Each year on May 25, the continent celebrates Africa Day. Just how to celebrate the day is open to broad interpretation. In Zimbabwe, May 25 is a...

Members Of The Public To March Against Women Abuse

One of the organizers of the march, Lebohang Letsie said they are planning to march in demonstration against women abuse adding that the  public had to take collective...

Loretta Mekgwe Shares Her Tragic Experience

Often people, even the police officials believe that for a lady to be sexually violated, it has a lot to do with what they were wearing at the moment. That is not and...

No Visa Application From Bushiri- Department Of Immigration

The Department of Immigration and Citizenship have denied having received a VISA application from South African based Prophet Sheperd Bushiri contrary to what the...

Ways To Handle Multiple Jobs

We live in a world where everything needs money, and in our country, young people mostly  get jobs that do not pay enough to sustain themselves and they are often...