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When the BSE, started asking questions about improper operations of the leading stock brokering firm, Stockbrokers Botswana (SBB), General Masire was aware of the probe, since he chairs both BSE and SBB boards …

Earth’s atmosphere is warming faster and more in line with models than Ted Cruz and his witnesses argued JOHN ABRAHAM A new study has just appeared in the Journal of Climate which deals …

Roman Grynberg In 2013, South Africa gave notice to Namibia that it was going to impose what it claimed were internationally recognized standards on the huge and long standing trade in live cattle …

KHADIJAH A ROBINSON As the U.S. election draws closer, the prospect of a Trump presidency, which many considered impossible, has become at least a possibility. Many Africans are rightfully asking: what that might …

Last Friday Botswana turned 50 and celebrated its independence from Britain with a justifiable and giant party throughout the country. Botswana, Namibia’s closest neighbor, at least economically and politically has much to teach …

Gazette Reporter With a whopping P7.4 billion revenue for the year ended 30 June 2016, only P104 million was recorded as profit for the year, and that is just 1.4 percent of the …

Peter Olsen reflects on 50 years of the Media in Botswana. He has been Chairperson of News Company Botswana, publishers of The Botswana Gazette since 1986 when the late Clara Keanole Olsen bought …

Tshepiso Babusi It is as if even the weather is in tune with our festivities, the way it waited for mid-September to usher in enough wind for our flags to dance so beautifully …

At a hostel for dozens of pregnant women, impoverished widow Sharmila Mackwan weighs up her decision to carry twins for another couple — her only ticket out of poverty — as the government …

Gazette Reporter Pastor Steven Anderson has arrived in Botswana, opened a church and is preaching his homophobic rhetoric based on his interpretations of biblical script. The Botswana Government has allowed his entry and …

Election boycotts are, and continue to be a self-defeating strategy by opposition political parties throughout the world often resulting in irreparable harm. According to a study titled ‘Threaten But Participate: Why Election Boycotts …

Gazette Reporter The Botswana Gazette took to the streets to try and document the thoughts of the unemployed youths of our country whose plight has enjoyed prominence since the recent unemployment matches in …