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March 5, 2018 3:57 PM Delivery At Your Doorstep

The app accords consumers an opportunity to order food from a variety of cuisines across Gaborone at their own comfort and get them delivered wherever they want. Kgathi-Rubbmasen says she realised that Botswana faces food industry challenges. Before setting up she did a study on the market to find out what it could be and how can that be addressed 148

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

February 1, 2018 7:20 PM Venasta offers double single release

The 28-year-old Thamaga-born artist’s latest release is titled Botlhaba that will be part of his upcoming album later on in June this year. The double single CD tracks include Botlhaba and Lerato. It was produced by Suffocate and was recorded at Roc Lefatshe. Venasta composed the songs and his backup vocalists are Perion and Ivon. is mostly played live therefore 154

November 2, 2017 4:00 AM Survey finds Batswana don’t trust EVMs

The country has been using a manual voting system for years. The survey also found that the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) did not consulted the public sufficiently. The findings of the survey show that only a slim majority (52%) of Batswana trust IEC ‘somewhat’ or ‘a lot’ and show a proportional decline of 18% in points over the last decade 166

October 31, 2017 7:39 AM Kenya’s Biggest Retailer to Enter Administration in Revival Plan

Nakumatt Holdings Ltd., East Africa’s largest retailer, is seeking a court order to enter administration as part of a plan to revive its debt-laden business. The Kenyan company will go to court on Nov. 8 for a hearing on the application, which proposes that “business-turnaround professional” Peter Kahi of PKF Consulting Ltd. be appointed as administrator 148

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 27, 2017 6:08 PM Botswana renal care still at an infancy

Experts have identified Africa as the continent with the highest number of people suffering from kidney diseases – a problem compounded by the continent’s lack of medical specialists on the condition, which makes the problem hard to detect and treat on time. Also known as renal failure or renal insufficiency, a renal disease is a medical condition of impaired 140

October 27, 2017 12:14 PM Spurs can thrive without Kane, says Pochettino

London - Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino said on Friday his high-flying side do not need to prove they can win without Harry Kane as they head to Manchester United without the injured forward. Kane has already hit 13 goals for Spurs this season but was forced off late on in last weekend's 4-1 win over Liverpool with a hamstring issue. The 24-year-old 121

October 26, 2017 4:00 AM BMD must hold fresh elective congress ASAP

At the time the BMD was divided between a faction led by Ndaba Gaolathe and another by Advocate Sidney Pilane. In the verdict, it was stated that both groups agreed that the main starting point in understanding the BMD crisis is their last elective congress in Gantsi. Both factions concurred that since that congress there has never been harmony, cooperation 99

October 25, 2017 1:30 PM Exclusive: Microsoft Has Stopped Manufacturing The Kinect

But its influence, and core technology, lives on across the industry. has shut down. Originally created for the Xbox 360, Microsoft’s watershed depth camera and voice recognition microphone sold ~35 million units since its debut in 2010, but Microsoft will no longer produce it when retailers sell off their existing stock. The company will continue to support 128