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  • General Information | Botswana Tourism Organisation

    May 18, 2022 | 03:08 am

    Language English is an official language in Botswana. It is taught at schools, and is widely spoken in all urban centres. Even in rural areas, ...

  • Banana Club Hosts First Maun Edition

    May 17, 2022 | 15:55 pm

    [The Patriot] The artist-led collective, Banana Emoji Productions in collaboration with the European Union Delegation in Botswana hosted the beloved BANANA CLUB dialogues in Maun on the 14th of May 2022. The multi-disciplinary creative group is committed to working with[…]

  • Travel Information. | Botswana Tourism Organisation

    May 17, 2022 | 13:33 pm

    Travel Information. Untamed and untameable, Botswana is one of the last great refuges for Nature's magnificent pageantry of life.

  • Leaving No One Behind in Botswana's First Digital Census

    May 14, 2022 | 18:28 pm

    [UNFPA] Gaborone -- Segolame Bolosaka, 23, a young mother of two and with a third child on the way, works with her partner on a farm and lives in Kgare, a small settlement with no clinic, school or running water.[…]

  • Air Botswana Re-Commences Direct Flights to Zimbabwe, Zambia

    May 7, 2022 | 09:04 am

    [The Herald] In yet another show of confidence in Zimbabwe's aviation market, Air Botswana has announced the re-commencement of flights between Gaborone, Harare and Lusaka with effect from today.

  • Local Athletes Flop in Gaborone

    May 6, 2022 | 14:57 pm

    [The Herald] ZIMBABWEAN athletes failed to make the qualifying times for the Africa Championships during the Gaborone International Meet held at Botswana National Stadium last week.

  • Botswana Exporting Coal Through Maputo

    May 5, 2022 | 11:46 am

    [AIM] Maputo port is now among the routes for the export of coal from Botswana, following the arrival on 26 April of the first train, drawing 40 wagons, loaded with 2,000 tonnes of coal.

  • Conservation Group Urges Tracking of Botswana's Big Tusk Elephants

    May 2, 2022 | 10:24 am

    [VOA] Gaborone -- The Botswana Wildlife Producers Association, a group that focuses on the conservation and management of the country's wildlife, says placing electronic tracking collars on big tusk elephants could help prevent indiscriminate hunts. The idea follows the recent[…]

  • National Housing Enterprise Sponsors Athletes for Gaborone Meet

    Apr 28, 2022 | 15:59 pm

    [New Era] The National Housing Enterprise yesterday sponsored two athletes, who will represent the country at the coming Gaborone International Meet, which starts on Saturday, 30 April 2022 in Botswana.

  • Namibian Stars Invade Gaborone

    Apr 27, 2022 | 10:27 am

    [Namibian] SEVENTEEN-year-old Saara Shikongo is besides herself. The middle-distance track fledgling will be racing at the Gaborone International Meet in Botswana alongside her idols and compatriots Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi this weekend.

  • Ramaphosa Juggles Ian Khama Hot-Potato Issue At Summit Meeting

    Apr 25, 2022 | 10:41 am

    [Daily Maverick] Cyril Ramaphosa has downplayed possible tensions with his Botswana counterpart Mokgweetsi Masisi over the presence in South Africa of the neighbouring country's former president, Ian Khama.

  • SA-Botswana Bi-National Commission Ministerial Session Gets Underway

    Apr 21, 2022 | 15:54 pm

    [SAnews.gov.za] The Republics of South Africa and Botswana are currently engaged in talks aimed at strengthening and deepening the existing historical and bilateral relations between them.

  • Mozambique to Export Electricity to Botswana

    Apr 17, 2022 | 18:36 pm

    [AIM] Maputo -- Mozambique's publicly owned electricity company, EDM, will provide 100 megawatts of non-firm power to Botswana, under a contract, valid for a year, signed on Thursday between EDM and the Botswana Power Corporation (BPC).

  • Government's Backsliding - a Story of Governance Demise

    Apr 17, 2022 | 17:27 pm

    [Africa In Fact] Trust is difficult to build and easy to destroy. The same is true of democracy and good governance. Botswana has, relatively speaking, been a shining light of democracy on the continent. Until now, that is.

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