Botswana Refuses to Bear Truckers’ Testing Alone

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Trade has almost come to a standstill last week as Botswana protested footing the bill for cross-border transporters' Covid-19 testing alone. Leslie Mpofu, the executive...

Botswana: Magosi At Crossroads – allAfrica.com

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Gaborone — Mochudi Centre Chiefs Sporting Club sitting committee has set January 23 for its elective Annual General Meeting (AGM). The decision comes after receiving...

Botswana: Shortage of Quarantine Centers Worrisome As Covid-19 Cases Rise

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COVID-19 Task Force Coordinator, Dr Kereng Masupu and his team visited the North West District particularly Maun General Hospital which is being prepared as...

Botswana: In Defence of Indian Business Community in Botswana – Business...

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For some time now, there has been growing attempts by some individuals to target the Indian Business community and foment anti-Indian rhetoric by making...

Botswana: Okavango Businesses Struggle – allAfrica.com

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Maun — Some business entities in the Okavango Sub-district are still struggling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic despite efforts by government to...

Gearing Up for 2021

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Gaborone -- Attendants of a Form One orientation meeting convened at Maikano Junior Secondary School in Gaborone yesterday. Read more on AllAfrica.com South Africa Today...

Botswana: Kgosi Masisi Thanks Government

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Francistown — Kgosi Tshwaro Masisi of Mabesekwa says 2020 was a good year for the village because it experienced major developments. Speaking on the sidelines...

Botswana Appreciates China Support – allAfrica.com

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Gaborone — International affairs and cooperation minister, Dr Lemogang Kwape, has praised China for supporting developing countries' agenda within the United Nations system. He said...

Botswana: EIA Delays Abattoir Project

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Maun — Nhabe Agricultural Management Association (NAMA) chairperson, Mr John Benn, is optimistic that the long-awaited community multi-species abattoir project will commence this year. He...

Botswana: Curfew Extended to January 31

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Gaborone — Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Edwin Dikoloti has, on January 3, announced the extension of curfew from January 4 to January...
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