BEIJING: Secure and fair business prospects in China, as the country wows greater market access for foreign investors. The foreign investors have been assured of a safe environment, as the country moves to protect and safeguard their legitimate rights to trade freely under free and fair markets.
BEIJING: The constant talk of nuclear weapons and the fear that the globe might be at the brink of World War III, has seen China spring to her feet in defence of world peace.
The Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) as well as the Directorate of Public Prosecutions are pursuing potential cases against former BCL Mine management and Board members.
PALAPYE: Tensions are running high amongst locals and Zimbabweans here, after a Zimbabwean woman allegedly stabbed a male manager to death at PR Cash and Carry during a botched shoplifting.
FRANCISTOWN: The Vice President Mokgweetsi Masisi is said to be heading to the second city this weekend to welcome former Botswana Congress Party (BCP) candidate for Botsalano ward, Barulaganye Mooketsi to the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP).
Botswana continues to be one of the least performing countries in Maths and Science internationally, the just-released Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2015 suggest.
By a way of trying to curb stray dogs in Gaborone, the City Council has started consultation at Kgotla meetings to review the dog management bye-laws.
It has been tumultuous weeks in the city of Gaborone following several busts and arrests of drug dealers who had kept the police on their toes.
The Board of Directors of Mmegi Investment Holdings (MIH) has decided to retrench staff in all companies owned by the Group. The retrenchment exercise will be done in compliance with the law.
The Leader of Opposition (LoO), Duma Boko and Gaborone Bonnington South MP, Ndaba Gaolathe have had to set aside their differences temporarily, as they represent Botswana in Russia for a five-day assembly.
Press Release: Appointment of Omphemetse Motumise as Judge of the High Court of Botswana
SOCHI, Russia: As Russia hosts the World Festival of Youth and Students here for the third time in history, the Russian President, Vladimir Putin has encouraged the youth to create the future and strive to change the world for the better.
FRANCISTOWN: Victims of the violence at the July elective congress of the Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) are struggling with deepening health complications, requiring multiple operations.
Gaborone City Council (GCC) has embarked on massive crackdown of illegal street vendors and day care centre operators.
Mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse and stress, are common and are affecting individuals, their families, co-workers and the broader community.
Attorneys representing Lobatse Town Council (LTC) in a case in which 66 employees are suing the council for unlawful deduction of union subscription fees from their salaries have argued that the council has been wrongly cited in the matter.
FRANCISTOWN: Three Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) hotheads who allegedly assaulted a fellow member at a party function are still in the process of settling their matter out of court.
Former Botswana National Front Youth League president, Khumoekae Richard says the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) cannot win the 2019 general elections with its current president Duma Boko at the helm.
A case in which 34 drivers are demanding money totalling over P120 million from their former employer, Grindrod Petrologistics, might be settled out of court.
The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP) has noted a high number of dead hippopotamuses along the Okavango River near Mohembo.
There are fears that the contentious Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) case before the Francistown High Court may die if President Ian Khama suspends Justice Lot Moroka.
FRANCISTOWN: The High Court has ruled against four judges who refused to apologise to Chief Justice (CJ), Maruping Dibotelo for the now famous 2015 petition that purportedly undermined his authority.
MAUN: At least five people have died thus far in the Thamalakane River in separate attacks by hippos, leading authorities here to call for the construction of a bridge in the area.
The Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has called one of its former National Youth Executive Committee (NYEC) members, Kabelo Mhuriro, to appear before a disciplinary hearing. The hearing is scheduled for October 11 at Tsholetsa House.