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June 29, 2017 12:22 PM Snippets From The International Media On Sir Ketumile’s Passing

“Botswana will officially mourn Masire until Sunday, and information about his funeral will be released in coming days, President Ian Khama said. The president’s father, Seretse Khama, was Botswana’s first president after independence from Britain in 1966. Masire was Botswana’s second president and was in office from 1980 to 1998. He presided over the southern 47

June 23, 2017 9:55 AM Google purges private medical records from search

It's meant to prevent sensitive medical info from affecting people's lives. Google might have begun working on the category's addition after an unfortunate event in December that exposed the sensitive medical condition of a massive number of people. An Indian pathology lab mistakenly uploaded 43,000 patients' blood tests, including their names and corresponding 24

June 21, 2017 4:00 AM BIUST hold inaugural research and innovation symposium

The Minister of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology Alfred Madigele said this at the symposium held recently under the theme ‘Research and innovation for a simpler tommorrow’. He said that the theme is critical as there is need to continuously seek solutions to the challenges of how economies can be improved to suite the demands of the global 10

June 12, 2017 4:00 AM Sibilev reflects on global, domestic issues on Russia Day

Russia Day is the rather young national holiday of the Russian Federation, which has been celebrated since 2002. Russia is the largest country in the world with its territory covering 17.1 mln. square km. It is situated both in Europe and Asia and has 11 time zones. Today the country is a permanent member of the UN Security Council, member of G20, BRICS 51

June 5, 2017 1:53 PM Observers dub Lesotho polls 'largely peaceful'

Foreign observers on Monday described Lesotho's weekend election as "largely peaceful" despite the shock deployment of armed soldiers at polling stations on voting day. Counting was underway Monday in the restive mountain kingdom, which has been rocked by attempted coups and instability in recent years. Regional observers said the snap polls were "largely 23

June 5, 2017 1:11 PM Early tallying sees Thabane taking lead in Lesotho election

If elected, Thabane says he’ll disband the army because the mountain kingdom has no prospect of invading anyone. PRETORIA- Former Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane appears to have taken a narrow lead after early tallying of votes cast in Sunday's election. Thabane fled the country after an attempted coup in 2014 and lost an election to Pakalitha 27

June 5, 2017 12:30 PM Early tallying shows Thabane taking lead in Lesotho election

If elected, Thabane says he’ll disband the army because the mountain kingdom has no prospect of invading anyone. PRETORIA- Former Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane appears to have taken a narrow lead after early tallying of votes cast in Sunday's election. Thabane fled the country after an attempted coup in 2014 and lost an election to Pakalitha 24

June 1, 2017 4:57 AM Tobacco consumption is one of the biggest public health threats the world is facing

Tobacco kills up to half of its users. Yes, you read that right! But the good news is, if you quit smoking, even later in life, it can considerably reduce the risk of mortality associated with smoking, a finding that many studies corroborate. It is indeed, one of the biggest public health threats the world is facing, killing more than 7 million people 44

May 30, 2017 5:00 AM ZCC Builds P10m Clinic In Mmopane

According to Lekganyane, his grandmother was a loving woman who was given wisdom by God that her children needed more than bread to live. He said Mahlaku had six children whom she taught to live a Christian life. “My grandmother was also a loving person. She taught her children to love other people. She believed in the word kamoka, where she believed 56

May 29, 2017 4:00 AM BBTTA condemns stripping of women

The vile incident captured on video has gone viral on various social media platforms and gained the attention of the press, showing the woman being verbally abused and forcibly undressed by a group of crazed men with onlookers spurring them on. The chairperson of BBTTA in Francistown, Tymon Matebesi, did not mince any words when he condemned the actions 61