Even as government’s focus has been to court foreign investors, the closure of BCL Mine could bring new breed of local investors to Selebi-Phikwe. Mmegi correspondent, KOKETSO KGOBOGE made the observation at a recent media tour to the ex-mining town
Mmegi, 1 days ago
The Pangolin Chobe Hotel has won the prestigious title of Africa’s Leading New Hotel at this year’s World Travel Awards held in Mauritius.
Mmegi, 9 days ago
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Gaborone Bonnington South legislator, Ndaba Gaolathe has agreed to an out of settlement with his challenger, Gamotho Gamotho in a matter concerning breach of the Electoral Act.
Mmegi, 13 days ago
President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s grand plan for a new Permanent Secretary to the President (PSP) appears to have been accelerated on Tuesday with the rejection of Lerala-Maunatlala MP Prince Maele's appeal against his suspension from the party which effectively bars him from contesting parliamentary elections under the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) at this year’s general elections.
Mmegi, 15 days ago
President Mokgweetsi Masisi, currently in the US most likely fending off battalions of animal rights lobbyists, has issued a global invitation to any country willing to adopt some of Botswana’s elephants.
Mmegi, 18 days ago
PRESS STATEMENT: In June 2018, a Presidential Sub-Committee of Cabinet was tasked to initiate a social dialogue aimed at reviewing the ban on hunting. The process entailed a nationwide process including holding Kgotla meetings, consultation with Local Authorities as well as other stakeholders.
Mmegi, 25 days ago
PRESS STATEMENT: The Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism wishes to inform the public that following extensive consultations with all stakeholders, the Government of Botswana has taken a decision to lift the hunting suspension.
Mmegi, 27 days ago
Suspended Choppies CEO, Ramachandran Ottapathu says he has already engaged his lawyers to contest his suspension from the regional grocer.
Mmegi, 28 days ago
Government has reversed recent transfers of four Botswana Public Employees Union (BOPEU) National Executive Committee (NEC) members. The decision comes just a month after the officials were put on transfer to different areas from the capital city.
Mmegi, 33 days ago