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Botswana’s High Court is considering a challenge to the provisions of the penal code criminalising consensual same-sex relations in the country. It will hand down its judgment in June. The challenge raises similar …

Aimed at building a virtual 3D City of Gaborone TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO Two local entrepreneurs in Thabo Seane and Victor Chelemu will soon launch a visual portal named ‘Vision 3D’ which is aimed at …

Cancer activist Ouma Sekolole will attempt to summit the majestic Mount Everest, the highest mountain on earth. She will be embarking on summiting Mount Everest on the 5th April to 8th June 2019. …

Written by Wei JI an Independent wildlife researcher who provides advice to the Chinese government. Ten years ago, in June 2007, Chad and Zambia proposed a complex package of African elephant trade regulations. …

Vibeke Maria Viestad Research Fellow in Archaeology, University of Oslo To dress is a unique human experience, but practices and meanings of dress are as different as the people populating the world. In …

Alex Magaisa There are of course many factors attributed to Botswana’s good performance. A stable political and economic environment, a relatively free economy in which property rights are protected, general respect for fundamental …

Deficit grows to P17 billion Foreign reserves taken to fund deficits Increasing deficits could hike Debt to GDP ratio Gazette Reporter For the past four financial years running from 2016/17 up to 2019/20, …

BONGANI MALUNGA A ‘charm offensive’ is defined as a calculated campaign of using one’s charm to gain favour or support. Until recently this was perceived as the perfect way for a business to …

Gofaone Nina Tladi I write to you as a secret agent having peeped at the minutes of the Men’s Conference held on Valentine’s weekend where e-wallets to bae warranted immediate removal by security. …

Author: Ross Harvey, Senior Researcher in Natural Resource Governance (Africa), South African Institute of International Affairs According to the latest data, there are probably fewer than 400,000 savannah elephants left in the wild …

A towering figure of children’s health care, Dr. Loeto Mazhani has bid farewell to the world of public health leaving behind an unyielding body of work that makes his peers and patients alike …

To share photographs of your kids is to be human In a recent essay published in The Washington Post, a mother explained her decision to continue writing essays and blog posts about her …