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November 27, 2018 4:00 AM 'Impatient' Drivers Worry Police

Drivers’ impatience on the road is believed to have become almost endemic. Police have raised concern that reckless driving fuelled by drivers’ impatience on the road has cost lives over the years and continues to claim more lives. The acting Officer Commanding (OC) Paul Oketsang told The Monitor that it is easy to spot a reckless driver while on the road. He said ‘impatient’ 158

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 170

August 21, 2018 4:00 AM Defying Odds Through Motivational Speaking

Kontle has managed to defy all odds and penetrate the neighbouring market through his company, Hope T Consulting, which offers motivational speaking, team building, and wellness just to mention. With just his Degree in Theology, Kontle was brave enough to then relocate to South Africa in pursuit of his dreams after eight months of trying to kickstart 155

July 23, 2018 4:00 AM Goodhope sub-district council buys Fong Kong vehicles

Critics of the Fong Kong tag have sneered at the idea, saying the step was a drawback as culture all along has been to procure brand new vehicles from genuine car dealerships, Goodhope sub-district council’s chief executive officer, Robert Rabasimane admitted his sub-district had acquired the six vehicles from Mogoditshane, but hailed them as good secondhand 111

June 12, 2018 3:33 PM Toyota leads as over 50,000 more cars registered in 2017

Statistics Botswana numbers released earlier today also indicate that the total vehicle population rose nearly six percent in 2017 to 515,396 vehicles, the majority of these being Toyota passenger vehicles. Honda was the second most popular brand registered last year, continuing its climb over previously fashionable makes such as Volkswagen, Mazda and Ford. In the fourth 82

June 5, 2018 4:00 AM Police Dismiss Zeerust/Tlokweng Road Car Hijack Claims

This follows allegations on Facebook recently that some Batswana were cautioning others on ‘Fight crime in Gaborone’ Facebook page to be on the look out for car hijackers when visiting South Africa via Tlokweng border post. Facebook users revealed that of late car hijackers have been targeting motorists from Botswana, threatening them with guns before 135

June 3, 2018 4:00 AM Unsecure parking nearly spoilt Toropo Ya Muka

The weekend festival was held at Botho College. A sizeable number of people were forced to go back as they could not access the venue of the show owing to shortage of parking space. There was also heavy traffic leading to the venue. Some people who desperately wanted to attend, parked their cars very far from the venue in areas considered unsafe 149

February 22, 2018 3:11 PM KTM Choir supports BOPEU Choir CD launch

KTM Choir will be headlining the festival alongside award winning Gaborone Youth Singers. Having just emerged in the choral music industry, BOPEU Choral will be following the footsteps of some renowned choirs by launching their music compilation titled Meketeng ya BOPEU CD. The BOPEU choral compilation is believed to bring the popular trade union music 145

February 16, 2018 3:00 PM Fans bemoan night Top 8 final kick-off

The organisers of this year’s final have already confirmed the match between Township Rollers and Orapa United will kick-off at 8pm, following the two previous seasons’ pattern. But some fans have taken to social media, arguing the late evening kick-off presents challenges to supporters travelling in and out of Francistown for the final. The Francistown 117

February 13, 2018 4:00 AM Rampant drug use worries UB

“We make arrests on a regular basis of students in possession of drugs. We also try to disperse students when we see them gathering. Some come in cars and take the drugs at playing grounds and run away when they see us approaching,” he said. Frank said they usually hand the cases to the police and try by all means to find out who is the source. He said most cases 120