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July 16, 2018 4:00 AM Silence of the Lambs

His pledge to leading an inclusive Government with people at the centre of the debate is the recipe for success and prosperity. Whilst the Masisi Review may be unpalatable to many, his approach is not entirely about hunting. It’s about appropriate land use, and how to engage rural communities in wildlife-based management. To date there has been a chronic 150

February 26, 2018 4:00 AM Judiciary under siege in Botswana

The citizenry and civic society must develop interest and actively participate in the affairs of the Republic to ensure that the prevalence of democracy is not eroded, and by active participation, critique and hold elected and non-elected public servants to account, thus strengthening of our democratic institutions. It is incumbent on society therefore 182

October 31, 2017 10:51 AM Microsoft's new Surface Pro with LTE and 450Mbps downloads out in December

The new Surface Pro with LTE Advanced brings cellular wireless connectivity to the convertible tablet/laptop, offering speeds of up to 450Mbps. Microsoft has revealed a new version of the Surface Pro with always-on internet capable of superfast downloads. The Surface Pro with LTE Advanced brings cellular wireless connectivity to the convertible tablet/laptop 121

October 30, 2017 4:00 AM Farmer appeals High Court judgement

Phale had sued the Ngwato Land Board (NLB) for cancelling his certificate of customary land grant dated June 6, 2001.Since 2008 two Mmashoro farmers and the NLB have been at loggerheads for a farmland with a borehole by the name of Dene in the outskirts of Mmashoro. In 2013, Phale appealed a Palapye Land Tribunal judgement at the Lobatse High Court after 77

October 29, 2017 2:49 AM Donkey abattoir owner hits back

Bulawayo businessman Garrith Lumsden has been in the eye of a storm after his plans to set up a donkey abattoir in the city were made public. Animal rights groups have come out strongly against the project, saying it would see a spike in cases of donkey thefts and drive the animals into extinction. However, Lumsden (GL), who has been in the meat processing 176

October 26, 2017 4:00 AM Teacher sues employer for termination of salary

Ellen Morula, who holds a senior teacher position has taken the government to court after her salary, medical aid contributions and pensions were stopped in July 2017 on allegations that she refused a command from Regional Director-central, Sonny Mooketsi to transfer to Swaneng Hill School in January 2015. Morula is contesting the decision by the employer 87

October 24, 2017 8:31 AM Microsoft Declares Victory in Fight to Tell Users About Government Email Searches

In April of last year, Microsoft sued the United States government for the right to inform customers when authorities are rifling through their emails on Microsoft’s servers. The government was using gag orders in thousands of investigations each year, with no fixed end date for the enforced secrecy. Now Microsoft is winding down its case because the government 86

October 20, 2017 7:52 PM TV Academy to consider expelling Harvey Weinstein

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Television Academy has voted to begin disciplinary proceedings against disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein. The academy, which bestows the Emmy awards, said a hearing has been set for November to consider "action up to and including termination of academy membership." Weinstein, who recently has been accused of multiple acts of sexual 154

October 20, 2017 7:34 PM The Latest: Ex actress alleges Harvey Weinstein harassed her

A former television and stage actress says Harvey Weinstein ruined her career ambition after he exposed himself to her during a meeting in 1989. Speaking at a Friday press conference with attorney Gloria Allred, Heather Kerr said that she been working in the office of an entertainment business manager and sometimes answered the phones. Weinstein was a frequent 141

October 12, 2017 4:25 PM Weinstein: Is the media complicit?

Is the media complicit in the sordid scandal of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual bullying? That is one of the explosive accusations swirling around the web this week, and deserves interrogation. The answer to that question is textured and complex, rather than definitive and simple. Complicity itself comes by degrees, and is not confined to the media 149