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July 8, 2018 4:00 AM Bakgatla to celebrate culture

The young Thokozile Ratsatsi, who has resurrected Kgatleng recreational life will be hosting Masa Cultural Festival where a number of residents are expected to partake in this auspicious event. Its intension is to exchange culture between Bakgatla and people from different walks of lives. Ratsatsi who is also known as DJ Thoko, told Arts & Culture that the event 135

June 27, 2018 2:23 PM BFA seals First Division games live broadcast deal

BFA will hold a launch of the broadcasting rights deal at Travel Lodge tomorrow night, with the service expected to resume at the beginning of the 2018-2019 First Division season. Matches will be broadcast on Maru Sport (DStv) and on the free-to-air Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development’s (MYSEC) NOWtv. broadcast First Division 179

June 26, 2018 10:35 AM BFA dismisses TAFIC in Chiefs' case

The BFA, responding to TAFIC's lawyers, said all its members including Chiefs were in good standing. "As a prerequisite for participating in the Premier League for the 2017-2018 season, all clubs had to apply for licensing as per the BFA Constitution and Play Rules and Regulation. To the best of our knowledge, all clubs met the requirements outlined 178

June 25, 2018 4:00 AM Heavily armed police presence ends Caprivians' hunger strike

On the eve of the World Refugee Day commemoration on Wednesday, Dukwi Refugee Camp – some 130km northwest of Francistown – resembled a crisis-laden zone with a heavy presence of armed members of riot police, otherwise called Special Support Group (SSG). Caprivians from Namibia’s Caprivi Strip had planned an indefinite hunger and sit-in strike in front 202

June 22, 2018 2:00 PM BFA's electoral committee nullifies SOFA elections

Sydney Kafeka, a losing candidate, had lodged an appeal with the Electoral Committee arguing the elections were not fair. The Electoral Committee this week concurred with Kafeka, and therefore ordered a re-run. Lesego Leaketsa, viewed as anti-establishment and former president Tebogo Sebego’s sympathiser, had triumphed in the elections. Kafeka had complained 174

June 19, 2018 4:00 AM Rollers Captain Gears Up On Plans To Build A Clinic In Lechana

The community of Lechana cattlepost, which is situated along Palapye and Topisi, has for a long time been serviced by a mobile clinic an extension of Palapye Primary Hospital. For a long time now, the villagers have been receiving health services form a traditional home adjacent to the common police checkpoint. It is a well-maintained traditional home with two thatched 134

June 15, 2018 4:00 AM Local mobile tariffs finally slashed

June 1, 2018 marked the last of a two-year directive by BOCRA removing the off-net premium for calls between mobile networks. Prior to this, Mascom and Orange were charging their subscribers a premium to call outside their home networks, a matter that was eventually settled by the High Court recently in BOCRA’s favour. BOCRA’s corporate communications 97

June 13, 2018 11:47 AM North America win right to host 2026 World Cup

FIFA delegates made the decision in Moscow, Russia on Wednesday, and the joint bid of Canada, Mexico and the United States prevailed over a luckless Morocco, which has failed in two other previous attempts. Morocco was unsuccessful in 2006, 2010 and now 2018, and will need some serious soul searching going forward if they are to put in another bid. The FIFA congress 130

June 12, 2018 3:44 PM Motumise grants bail to Davids murder accused

This follows Motumise rejecting the bail last week after the state’s non-opposition of bail without reasons. Yesterday Motumise gave Ramotswa-born Mokgalemi Maleya, 32, bail who had been in custody since his committal to the High Court in early May. He became a free man after the judge said he took into consideration reasons of the state’ non-opposition 126

June 12, 2018 4:00 AM Zimbabweans In The Diaspora Ready To Vote

The polls, scheduled for July 30, 2018 will be the first election in the post-Robert Mugabe era following his ouster in a military-assisted soft coup last November. It will also be a test for the Emmerson Mnangagwa-led administration to deliver a free, fair and credible election that is without violence unlike in the past when the polls were mired in mayhem 112