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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 38

September 8, 2017 4:00 AM We need continuity in the civil service

However, despite these efforts and others at Government Enclave to improve productivity, we still have incidents where officers seem to know very little about what is going on in their ministries or departments. They are unable to supervise projects in which government has spent millions of taxpayer’s money to improve the lives of Batswana. We still 71

September 8, 2017 1:53 AM BDP CC overrules regional committee on vetting

The ruling party released a list of candidates for the Francistown South primaries billed for October 21, 2017. Winners for the primaries will secure candidacy for the 2019 general elections. On the list the party announced that it had barred one Ojahile Lejowa, who had expressed a wish to contest the primaries in Ikageleng ward, which is under Francistown 66

September 4, 2017 6:56 AM Zimbabwe engages Interpol over ‘externalising' fugitives

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has activated Interpol in its quest to locate three businesspeople who are wanted on allegations of externalising over $7,3 million to Botswana this year. The investigation is part of stern efforts to deal with the current liquidity and cash crisis. The three are Delny Deanna Ashley Davies (41), Farid Shahadat (45) and Ryan Gregory 98

September 1, 2017 4:00 AM It’s official: Btv favours the BDP

Consequently, Makgonatsotlhe has ruled that the national broadcaster should immediately take steps to ensure “equitable, inclusive and balanced reporting”. The findings are contained in a report released on Wednesday, which followed a complaint filed by the Botswana National Front deputy president, Prince Dibeela in February 2016. Dibeela had on February 94

August 28, 2017 5:37 PM People are urging donations for Harvey relief efforts — just not to the Red Cross

As former president Barack Obama — as well as celebrities and local leaders — encourage donations to the American Red Cross, others on social media are telling donors to give elsewhere, criticizing the leading disaster-relief organization for its response to recent natural disasters, particularly the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. That sentiment has been shared 93

August 28, 2017 4:00 AM CIPA hold on to COSBOTS forensic report

The delay to release the report is caused by the fact that the long overdue COSBOTS annual general meeting (AGM) has been postponed so many times, of recently being the failure to form a quorum. CIPA engaged Masitara Forensic Practice to investigate the allegations that were drafted as a legal opinion by former COSBOTS legal advisor, Pearl Mahlala. The legal 27

August 27, 2017 3:35 AM Patient United move clear, City seal last-gasp win

Manchester United were frustrated by Leicester and Romelu Lukaku had a penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel. LONDON – Manchester United stayed patient to beat Leicester City 2-0 and move two points clear at the top of the Premier League as Manchester City secured a dramatic late win at Bournemouth on Saturday. Surprise packages Huddersfield Town were held 0-0 by Southampton 74

August 23, 2017 1:06 PM Typhoon Hato makes landfall in south China

Hato, the 13th typhoon to hit China this year, made landfall today in the city of Zhuhai in the southern Guangdong Province, bringing gales of up to 45 metres per second. Hato will move west and scale down to a tropical storm passing through Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region tonight, the National Meteorological Center said. No casualties were reported 53

August 23, 2017 12:12 PM Death of Philippine Teenager Stokes Opposition to Duterte’s Drug Crackdown

Mr. delos Santos, a high school student, was among 96 people killed in the Manila area last week in what the police called a “one-time, big-time” crackdown on drug dealers and addicts in the capital and several sprawling suburbs. It was the bloodiest week of the antidrug campaign that Mr. Duterte started after taking office last summer, promising to rid the country 114