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November 20, 2018 4:00 AM TK Unhappy With Plastic Bag Ban U-turn

Briefing the media last week, the minister said the decision for the postponement was taken in his absence. “The plastic ban was supposed to be effective the beginning of November and unfortunately I learned about the uplifting of the ban while I was out of the country and I do not know the reasons behind that,” he said. According to the minister, they initially 177

November 12, 2018 1:50 PM Judges to finally ride top of the range Beemers

Minister of Defence, Justice and Security Shaw Kgathi said this when officially opening the 2018 Judiciary stakeholders’ conference here today. At the moment judges use Volvo S60 sedans. “I am happy to indicate that the long-term problem that you have been experiencing in relation to your transport will soon be resolved. You will soon get BMWs befitting 172

November 12, 2018 4:00 AM Bona Life goes solo after CMB

Bona Life, as the sole creditor of CMB Fund 1, has filed an urgent application seeking for the provisional winding up of CMB Fund 1 as the insurance company tries to protect its assets from going under liquidation through asset manager CMB. CMB, which is already under liquidation is the asset manager for Bona Life and parent host for CMB Fund 1 while 180

October 30, 2018 4:00 AM Enraged Man Accidentally Burns Himself

But the idiom recently assumed another meaning (although incidents of a similar nature have occurred in the past) when a man who suspected that his girlfriend was cheating him with another man, the lover unleashed a torrent of fury that ended up razing his girlfriend’s house. He burnt himself in the process. According to police officers privy to the issue 153

October 29, 2018 4:00 AM Debswana production drops in Q3

According to Anglo American’s third quarter production figures, output at Orapa dropped 21% quarter on quarter to 2.6 million carats, while at Jwaneng it rose marginally to 3.14 million carats from 3.03 million carats. Anglo American owns 85% of De Beers, with the balance held by the Government of Botswana. De Beers, in turn, owns 50% of Debswana with the balance 143

October 23, 2018 4:00 AM Tlatsa Lebala Organisers To Compensate For Postponement

The man behind the brand, Tshepiso Molapisi also known as Kast in the music industry told Showtime that while he could not get into much details as to the specific reason why the event was postponed, they will find a way to compensate those who had already bought tickets so that they don’t feel cheated. He said that they would upgrade some of the tickets 169

October 21, 2018 4:00 AM Sereetsi & The Natives off to Nigeria

Ake Arts & Book Festival is four days of cultural immersion. The Arts and Book Festival aims to showcase the very best of contemporary African literature, poetry, music, art, film and theatre. The band front man ,Tomeletso Sereetsi said he got the booking as a result of his speaking engagement at the Gaborone Book Festival. Sereetsi further said that he is booked 149

October 21, 2018 4:00 AM DJ Sbi Tech breaking airwaves with chiwele

The high riding DJ who is scheduled to perform at this year’s Mahika Mahikeng Festival in Mafikeng, South Africa on December 9 told Arts & Culture that the song is the type of electronic music people listen and make in Africa. “The song is inspired by the old African story read to children to motivate them to listen to the elders. The story is about 156

October 18, 2018 12:50 PM Fury as govt derecognises unions

On Tuesday, Mosalakatane wrote to the seven leading public sector unions about compliance with section 46 of the Public Service Act of 2008. “You are well aware your union has been one of the public service unions that have been engaged in the process of resuscitating the Public Service Bargaining Council (PSBC) in terms of Part XIII (Collective Bargaining 152

October 18, 2018 10:48 AM Stock theft great challenge for police

Police continue to arrest stock theft suspects and confiscate stolen beasts an indication that stock theft might have become a paying job for perpetrators. Botswana Police Service’s (BPS) public relations officer, Dipheko Motube said on Wednesday police arrested two men aged 27 and 31 years both of Goo-Thato ward in Sojwe after they were found in possession 163