President Mokgweetsi Masisi has announced his cabinet in his first week of office, while Slumber Tsogwane has been endorsed and sworn in as vice president of Botswana. 31 year old economist, media commentator and policy analyst, Bogolo Kenewendo was appointed at the new Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry.
New Botswana President Unveils Deputy, Cabinet
Botswana Daily News, 4 April 2018
Member of Parliament for Boteti West, Mr Slumber Tsogwane has officially been endorsed and sworn in as Vice President of Botswana. Read more »
Bogolo Kenewendo is the new Investment, Trade and Industry minister.
Vice President Slumber Tsogwane being sworn in.
President Masisi and new Vice President Slumber Tsogwane.
President Swears Ministers in
Botswana Daily News, 5 April 2018
President Mokgweetsi Masisi and Permanent Secretary to the President, Mr Carter Morupisi swearing in newly appointed Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry, Ms Bogolo Kenewendo… Read more »
New Botwana Cabinet Appointments
I am pleased to announce that this afternoon, Parliament endorsed His Excellency the President, Mr. Masisi's nominee, Mr. Slumber Tsogwane as the Vice President of the Republic of… Read more »
Former Vice President Mokgweetsi Masisi has taken over from Ian Khama as the new president of Botswana. In his inauguration speech Masisi vowed to tackle unemployment in the ... Read more »
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