April 17

April 16

  • Botswana Boycotts Regional Polls

    SW Radio

    Botswana's President Ian Khama has reiterated that his country will no longer take part in regional election observer teams, because of the flawed polls in Zimbabwe last year. Read more »

  • Govt Addresses Gender Imbalance [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    Botswana has effectively addressed gender inequality with positive results across both the public and private sectors, UNFPA country representative, Ms Aisha Camara-Drammeh has... Read more »

  • Palapye Region Registers 47 Malaria Cases [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    The Palapye Administration Authority has registered 47 cases of malaria this year. Read more »

  • The Girl Child Can

    Gender Links

    GG Phaladi is a youth leader and activist in Botswana who was presenting her work on gender and leadership at the SADC Gender Protocol@Work Summit that took place between 14 and 16... Read more »

  • Celebrating Gender Drivers of Change

    Gender Links

    After two days of grueling judging and presentations of best practice, the SADC Gender Protocol@Work Summit ended with a celebratory and festive award ceremony last night. The... Read more »

April 15

  • Police Volunteers Programme On Going [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    Parliament has been told that it is not true that the police volunteers programme has been discontinued in Francistown. Read more »

  • President Khama On SADC Election Observer Missions [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    Below is an excerpt on Botswana Government Youtube from H.E. the President Lt. General Seretse Khama's extended January 2014 interview with BTV, which mostly focuses on foreign... Read more »

  • Govt Increases Compensation [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    After reviewing the Wildlife Conservation and National Parks Act of 1982 last year, government has increased compensation for property destroyed by elephants and lions. Read more »

  • Gender Injustice Prevails

    Gender Links

    In her keynote address at the Botswana Protocol@Work Summit opening ceremony yesterday, Kelebogile Kgabi- Deputy Permenant Secretary of the Botswana Ministry of Labour and Home... Read more »

  • 5050 Remains Elusive

    Gender Links

    At the opening ceremony of the Botswana SADC Protocol@Work Summit that kicked off yesterday in Gaborone President of the Botswana Association of Local Authorities (BALA) Reverend... Read more »

  • Give Equal Voice to Women

    Gender Links

    Professor, Richard Rooney, Head of Media studies at the University of Botswana, which is a Gender Links Gender and Media Education Institution (GIME), highlighted the importance of... Read more »

April 11

April 10

  • Law Ministers Meeting in Botswana to Discuss Rule of Law and Human Rights in the Commonwealth [press release]


    Law ministers and attorneys-general from the 53-member Commonwealth will meet in Gaborone, Botswana early next month to discuss law and justice issues affecting Commonwealth... Read more »

April 09

  • Electronic Communications and Transactions Bill Passes [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    Parliament has passed the Electronic Communications and Transactions Bill, 2013 (No. 25 of 2013) that was tabled before Parliament, for second reading, by trade and industry... Read more »

  • Botswana, Zambia Hunting Ban Boosts Zim

    CAJ News

    ZIMBABWE has projected revenue from safari hunting to increase significantly this year following the ban on wildlife hunting in neighbouring Botswana and Zambia. Read more »

  • Ambassador to Botswana Stresses Exemplary Peace Process


    The Angolan ambassador to Botswana, José Agostinho Neto, considered on Sunday in Gaborone the peace and national reconciliation process an international reference and with... Read more »

  • Namibia, Botswana Beef Sectors Urged to Merge

    New Era

    Former President of Botswana Festus Mogae has called on the beef sectors in Namibia and Botswana to create a single beef exporting market in order to become more competitive... Read more »

  • Gcwihaba Caves Are a National Monument [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    Gcwihaba caves were declared national monument in 2006 because of their unique geological formation of beauty containing stalagmites and stalactites that also supports unusually... Read more »

  • Vehicle Repair Linked to Vocational Training [press release]

    Government of Botswana

    The Minister of Transport and Communications, the Honourable Nonofo Molefhi said his ministry entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Education and Skills... Read more »

  • Trans-Kalahari Railway to Cost N$100 Billion


    An estimated 90 million tonnes of coal will flow through Namibia annually once the railway link to Botswana's rich coalfields has been completed. Read more »

April 08

April 07

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