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March 5, 2018 4:00 AM BBS vendors, contractor clash over arrears

This came after the new contractor made the vendors who are occupying the space at the flea market pay P10 every day. The new arrangement has made the vendors uncomfortable since they now believe that the new contractor is taking all their profit. Again their query is that the council has failed to introduce the new contractor to them after the then Botswana 435

February 26, 2018 4:00 AM College breaches BQA rules

The business college, which is not relatively new as it is registered as Damelin University of Botswana at the Registrar of Companies had recently started advertising the school on media outlets, hence contravening the BQA rules. Mmegi investigations found that the school started late last year to place averts on billboards and moved on to place adverts 161

February 19, 2018 4:00 AM Lax govt depts vex PPADB

The Board’s observations come as ministries come under increasing pressure to tighten project delivery and cost management, in the age of declining national budget revenues. A Project Management Office is being set up in the Office of the President to govern across all line ministries. PPADB executive chairperson, Bridget John said two audits of mega projects 99

February 16, 2018 3:34 PM Rapula quits as legal showdown looms

GU general manager, Olebile Sikwane said Okaile cited personal reasons for leaving the club without elaborating. He said Okaile’s departure was a “monumental blow” to the struggling Gaborone giants, who have, at times, failed to shell out players’ dues. He was the chief financier and a leader. At the time, we will have to go to (Nicholas) Zakhem to assist 103

February 12, 2018 9:25 AM Zimbabwe President on a two-day State Visit

“The visit will afford the two leaders an opportunity to deliberate on bilateral, regional, and international issues of mutual concern. It will also serve to further strengthen the long standing cordial relations between Botswana and Zimbabwe,” a statement from the Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation, stated. by the Minister of International 92

February 1, 2018 1:02 PM Seretse’s Kgori shares to go to employees

Seretse resigned from the firm late last year after he was charged with money laundering in connection with transactions and dealings with companies unrelated to Kgori Capital. Kgori Capital currently has assets under management of about P1 billion. This morning, Kgori’s new managing director and fellow founder, Alphonse Ndzinge said Seretse was no longer 118

January 23, 2018 3:00 PM Security owner granted bail in murder case

The state alleges that Tabona Lingani, 32, murdered his ex-girlfriend, Lesego Kgosidiile at Phutiyashalala cattlepost near Bobonong village on February 19, 2013. At the time the incident allegedly happened, Lingani was an owner of a security company based in Gaborone and had employed Kgosidiile as one of his security officers. Lingani is also facing 157

January 19, 2018 3:00 PM Wanderers seal P52,000 sponsorship deal

The deal was announced early this week at Morupule Mine, with the club receiving P10,000 in cash while P42, 000 will be in a form of advertising space. Massive Brands will handle all the club’s branding. Wanderers’ patron, Ernest Phiri said it was a blessing to have the community of Palapye on board to help the team achieve its mission of gaining promotion 177

December 7, 2017 3:00 PM Botswana hosts WBC Pan African title bouts

Four bouts are internationals while the other two are for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Pan African titles. Boxers are from the hosts, Botswana, South Africa, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Kenya. Boxers from Botswana are Steven Bagwasi, Moabi Ngaka, Kutlwano Ogaketse and Tshephang Babui from D’scud Boxing stable. PBAB president 281

November 13, 2017 5:00 AM Majwe Mining wins overtime case against employees

Majwe Mining Joint Venture is contracted by Debswana at the Jwaneng diamond mine Cut 8 project. The workers lost their case in which they demanded the company to pay them overtime allowances computed by utilising average hours over a three weeks’ cycle in terms of section 97 (1) as read with section 37 (1) of the Employment Act. The workers had dragged 296