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An early 2019 meme called #10yearchallenge, that involved someone sharing an image from 2008 or 2009 next to one from 2018 or 2019, gained tremendous popular traction and within days spread like a virus across …

Richard Calland Associate Professor in Public Law, University of Cape Town South Africa’s latest pursuit of truth has gone up a gear as it enters a new phase in which the stakes are …

Matthew Kofi Ocran Professor of Economics, University of the Western Cape Since South Africa adopted an inflation targeting policy regime in 2000, there have been growing concerns that its Reserve Bank is being rigid …

“I am going to topple the government” -Isaac Kgosi OLOPENG RABASIMANE On January 7, 2019, news filtered around world media that Lieutenant Kelly Ondo Obiang and a handful of soldiers have hijacked state-owned …

SHATO NLEBGWA For many, disillusionment in Botswana politics reigns. As the nation gears towards the 2019 elections many of us wonder why we should vote. The disillusionment is by all accounts understandable. The …

Shatho Nlebgwa For those who have been in a place of privilege, a slight change towards balancing the scales always feels oppressive. Where they are called to account for the sins arising out …

Six years and €50-million since its creation, Oscar Nkala visits the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area to find out what impact it has had on wildlife and communities. The world’s largest international conservation and eco-tourism …

Maun is arguably the best place to be during the festive holidays The number of visitors grows every year GOSEGO MOTSUMI In the last few years, village festive pilgrimages have been cut short …

The history of price bubbles provides some clues Lee Smales, The Conversation. Nearly 170 years before the invention of Bitcoin, the journalist Charles Mackay noted the way whole communities could “fix their minds upon …

More than a dozen national elections will be held across Africa next year. All 55 members of the African Union (AU) are obligated to hold regular and ostensibly democratic elections. They must also …

By Michael Vardon, Carl Obst and David Lindenmayer Ensuring the economic health of nations is one of the biggest tasks expected of governments. The elephant in the room has long been the health …

Over P4.5 million injected towards the project in the past five years GOSEGO MOTSUMI This year Maitisong Theatre etended its partnership  with Barclays Bank Botswana to teach financial literacy through the Madi Majwana …