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April 24, 2018 4:00 AM Masunga Fires Broadsides At Police

Giving a vote of thanks at the Eighth Annual National Community Policing Cluster Awards on Thursday at Adansonia Hotel, a worried Masunga said that in some instances the police do not show up in court altogether. This, Masunga added, is reprehensible because the police would have been dully served with court papers showing them the time, date and place 123

April 9, 2018 4:00 AM Three firms make offers for Tati Nickel

TNMC liquidator, Nigel Dixon-Warren has in recent months been trying to sell the Mine to no avail. Prospective buyers have in the past either pulled out before sale negotiations could take off or failed to put convincing offers to buy the Mine, which closed in October 2016. “The indicative offers are more promising than the previous ones we have had. One of the three 135

April 6, 2018 10:34 AM "AG clarifies on automatic succession"

"I have found it necessary in view of recent press reports and their potential to create confusion and uncertainty in the minds of the public, to release a statement on the Government's position regarding the constitutional provisions applicable to succession to the Office of President of the Republic. (b) is vacant whilst the Vice-President is absent 148

March 28, 2018 1:35 PM Remove the BDP from power to solve corruption

The 1995 Social Democratic Programme (SDP, revised 2009) is clear on its anti – corruption stance. The BNF 1999 manifesto also emphatically condemned corruption (pg 23). The BNF therefore rejects corruption in all its forms, even today. In its track records, the BNF proposed that its government will have a Standing Committee on Corruption or an independent 170

March 28, 2018 5:18 AM Areas S girl who beheaded neighbour face committal

The gruesome murder took place last year in January at the quiet neighbourhood of Area S. The accused, who cannot be named for ethical reasons, was supposed to appear before Magistrate Lebogang Kebeetsweng yesterday (Monday) but failed to appear in court for reasons unknown to the prosecution. State prosecutor Moatlhodi Macheng was reluctant to apply 149

March 23, 2018 9:30 AM BDF, Romeo and Juliet head back to court

The Commander of BDF through the Attorney General will be back in court on April 18, 2018 at the Court of Appeal (CoA) to try their luck in reversing Justice Zein Kebonang’s judgement issued on November 18, 2016 that ruled in favour of the lovers. Kebonang had ordered the immediate reinstatement of Thabang Tlhapisang and her lover, Kozondu Cisquo Uariua 134

March 14, 2018 1:16 PM Accused begs for forgiveness after misbehaving in court

Faced with an offense of unlawful wounding after stabbing his girlfriend, Kediemetse Sebopi, with a knife on December 18, 2017 at Old Naledi in Gaborone, Letsholo told court he had lost it and ended up misbehaving. followed and attacked her. I was only defending myself and she ended up being hurt. I am sorry for my behaviour. I am currently under a lot of stress 153

March 6, 2018 11:23 AM Lawyer sues former client over unpaid fees

Mooketsi is claiming payment of P235,326.88 with an interest rate of 10% per annum, being the total amount of legal fees for professional legal services rendered to her former client William Rampete. It is stated that upon rendering those services as agreed, she incurred the demanded amount. “Despite lawful and reasonable demand, the defendant has failed 186

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 458

March 2, 2018 10:14 AM Zim man fined P5,000 for child neglect

The 52-year-old was convicted on two counts of neglect and ill-treatment of children under section 56 (1) as read with sub-section 2(d) of the Children’s Act. In the first count, the accused was found to have acted in a negligent manner by exposing his daughter to conditions that could cause psychological and physical harm when he caused her to travel 211