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September 22, 2017 4:00 AM Dibotelo denies allegations against him

The judges - Justices Tshepo Motswagole, Lot Moroka, Gaolapelwe Ketlogetswe and Godfrey Nthomiwa want the court to review and set aside a decision by the JSC to open and continue with an investigation against them in respect of a petition dated August 17, 2015. According to the judges’ founding affidavit, their application stems from their annual judicial 1

September 20, 2017 4:25 AM Nine stray elephants electrocuted in Botswana

Nine elephants were electrocuted in a freak accident in Botswana after one of them knocked into an electricity pole and the high-voltage power line fell on them, a local official said Tuesday. The herd is believed to have broken out of the northeastern Makgadikgadi Pans Game Reserve and strayed into a nearby village of Dukwi. Village chief Kelethusitse 5

September 15, 2017 2:46 PM Military looted diamonds —report

ZIMBABWE should step up its efforts to improve transparency and plug revenue leakages in the multi-million-dollar diamonds industry, an international diamond watchdog has said. This comes amid revelations that the country’s security forces benefitted from the plunder of diamonds, while Treasury coffers went dry. In a report, titled “An inside job Zimbabwe 3

September 14, 2017 11:58 AM De Beers on the hunt for source of leaked price data

KMPG has been hired to find the source of possible leaks of sensitive price data amid ‘rumours of information-sharing in the industry’ London/Joburg — The world’s biggest diamond producer has hired an external investigator to find the source of possible leaks of its most sensitive price data, according to people familiar with the matter. De Beers hired 1

September 14, 2017 9:39 AM De Beers said to hire leak hunter to probe gem data breach

London - The world’s biggest diamond producer hired an external investigator to find the source of possible leaks of its most sensitive price data, according to people familiar with the matter. De Beers hired investigators from KPMG International in South Africa to find the source of the leaks, according to the people, who asked not to be identified 1

September 13, 2017 3:54 PM Tanzania and Uganda in UN's cross hairs

Tanzania and Uganda are among several African countries under UN investigation for violations of sanctions against North Korea, a UN panel of experts has said. Their September 9 report was issued two days prior to the UN Security Council's unanimous adoption of a tough new round of sanctions aimed at coercing North Korea into negotiations on its nuclear 11

September 13, 2017 2:02 PM UN probes Uganda, Tanzania over deals with North Korea

A report on the investigations was released by United Nations panel of experts dated September 9. The report was issued two days prior to the UN Security Council's unanimous adoption of a tough new round of sanctions aimed at coercing North Korea into negotiations on its nuclear arsenal. The eight-member panel said it is assessing information from an unnamed 8

September 13, 2017 4:00 AM Unilateral ban of stadia events imprudent

This follows the tragic event of September 2, where a young woman lost her life whilst she and other revellers were trying to gain entry into the National Stadium. The unfortunate incident was a result of a stampede at one of the gates. It is apparent that the festival was not properly planned putting public security at risk nor were the organisers prepared 6

September 11, 2017 4:00 AM LSB condemns Khama’s actions

The LSB says this is because it took the President four months to act in accordance with the Court of Appeal (CoA) judgement that ruled that Motumise must be appointed a High Court judge. In April this year, CoA Judge Isaac Lesetedi ruled that Khama was not entitled to turn down the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) to appoint Motumise 2

September 11, 2017 4:00 AM Botswana’s battle against wildlife crime boosted with new legal guide

In partnership with the Tlhokomela Trust, Space for Giants, an international conservation organisation, worked closely with Botswana’s Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and the country’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) to create an investigation and prosecution toolkit, titled the ‘Rapid Reference Guide to Wildlife Crime’. It is being 1