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22 Mar 2023

Lack of security worries councillors

North West District councillors have expressed concern about the lack of security...
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21 Mar 2023

Tutume council surpasses revenue collection target

Tutume District Council has collected a total revenue of P4 493 335,...
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21 Mar 2023

Debswana empowers youth

After a series of elevator pitches to a panel of judges, Maru...
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20 Mar 2023

BMC to start slaughter of Ngamiland cattle March 27

Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) in Maun will start slaughtering animals from the...
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20 Mar 2023

Ipelegeng resumes in Tsabong

The re-engineered Ipelegeng programme resumed in Tsabong on Saturday with a groundbreaking...
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19 Mar 2023

Kereng emphasises resilience in business

Building resilient businesses that are able to withstand challenges should be a...
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19 Mar 2023

Jwaneng mine transitions

The world’s richest diamond mine by value, Jwaneng mine, is envisaged to...
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16 Mar 2023

Greater Tonota Horticulture farmers form association

Associations make it easier for farmers to market their produce and get...
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16 Mar 2023

\'Francistown needs food lab\'

Salmonella, Listeria, E. coli, Coliform, Clostridium botulinum and many others are nasty...
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15 Mar 2023

Women root for collaboration

Women in agri-businesses have resolved to join hands to contribute to value...
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15 Mar 2023

BURS urges businesses to ply Trans-Kalahari corridor

Businesses in Lobatse have been urged to use opportunities offered by the...
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15 Mar 2023

Khoemacau, Barminco hands poultry project to Somelo

Khoemacau Copper Mining on Monday handed over a poultry project with 93...
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14 Mar 2023

Group pledges scholarships for women

New Age Arthur Group has pledged 200 scholarship for young female Batswana...
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14 Mar 2023

Edutainment initiative diversifies, promotes tourism

Mr Musa Motshodi of Tonota has introduced an edutainment initiative ‘Treasure hunt’...
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14 Mar 2023

Minister implores brigades to establish companies

Brigades have been implored to establish revenue generating avenues in the form...
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13 Mar 2023

Dinokeng potential economic zone

The success of the inaugural Oliphant’s Drift Fish Festival presents Mochudi East...
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12 Mar 2023

Association impressed with Lobu quality

African Dorper Association inspector and judge Mr Victor Kruger has expressed satisfaction...
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12 Mar 2023

Better tariffs upon AfCFTA ratification

Botswana has finally deposited its instrument of ratification of AfCFTA at the...
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12 Mar 2023

Fish Festival enhances commercialisation

Government is committed to realising the full potential of  wildlife resources through...
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10 Mar 2023

Kgatleng Fish Festival Saturday

Oliphants Drift, in the Kgatleng District, will tomorrow host the inaugural fish...

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