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Mooka Mageu Tournament Starts
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
he preliminary round of the Botswana Boxing Association (BoBA) Keone Mooka Mageu national championships, kicked off on a high note at the Glen Valley Barracks on Saturday. A sizeable number of boxing enthusiasts turned up for the ... more

Ruling in Patlakwe Rape Case Set for December
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
tate prosecutor, Christopher Molobe, has called on the Village magistrate, Olivier Zvide, to call Norman Patlakwe to give his own ... more

Country's Ivory Sale the Best - Auctioneer
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
raham Philips, an auctioneer with Auctioneers Botswana, says Botswana got the best deal of all the four southern African countries in which CITES-sanctioned ivory sales were recently ... more

Country Fail to Prove Allegations Against Botswana
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
or the third time, Zimbabwe has failed to produce evidence that Botswana is training opposition youth to destabilise the government of President Robert Mugabe. Last week at a meeting of the SADC Task Force chosen to probe the matter, a Zimbabwe delegation led by Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Joey... more

Tlogelang Go Itshutlha Molo Ka Tawana!
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
rtists in civilised societies are given license to comment on almost every issue that is directly or remotely relevant to development ... more

Maitisong Hosts President Khama
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
aitisong hosted its last event of the season last Saturday, namely the President's Concert, which was graced by President Ian Khama himself. The President's Concert is an annual event that honours a sitting president and it was Khama's first since he came to power in April this ... more

Khama Throws BFA in Dilemma
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
he Botswana Football Association (BFA) has appealed to the Botswana National Sports Council (BNSC) for help in dealing with the constituency league introduced recently by President Ian Khama. The BFA says that political interference is not allowed in football as per the rules of world soccer governing body, ... more

How Do People React to Sudden Death?
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
nown the world over as "Mama Africa", South Africa's foremost lady of song, Miriam Makeba died suddenly after performing at a concert in ... more

BNSC, BNOC Smoke Peace Pipe
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
fficials of two top sports bodies that have been at loggerheads will meet today to iron out their differences. The meeting is expected to resolve the war for supremacy between the Botswana National Sports Council (BNSC) and the Botswana National Olympics Committee ... more

From Caddie to Top Golfer
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
he name Johannes Moilwa is not likely to elicit an immediate reaction from most people. But in local golf circles, he has won several accolades for his meteoric rise in the ... more


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Fundraiser Nets P20,000 for Retired Nurses
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
lokweng Member of Parliament, Olebile Gaborone and his wife Annah, hosted a successful dinner last weekend in Tlokweng to raise money for the Botswana Retired Nurses Society ... more

Women Dominate Informal Sector - Survey
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
he majority of businesses operating in the informal sector are managed by women, accounting for 67.6 percent with most of them operating from owner's homes or along the roads.The results of the 2007 Informal Sector Survey (ISS) indicate that 54.2 percent of informal business operators have secondary school ... more

Well Done Coca-Cola!
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
ast week Thursday, Kgalagadi Breweries gave football a shot in the arm by sponsoring the Coca-Cola Cup league to the tune of P6.6m over three years. The new sponsorship has increased by more than 300 percent compared to the last one that ended in ... more

Dismissed Workers Celebrate Court Victory
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
orty-one former workers of a textile firm in Selebi-Phikwe have won a case of unfair dismissal against the ... more

State Agents Raid Oriental Plaza
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
usiness came to a standstill at the popular Oriental Plaza in Gaborone on Friday when law enforcement officers raided the complex to flush out those who were trading without licences and work ... more

Sri Lanka: Human Rights Situation Deteriorating in the East
Human Rights Watch - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>(New York, November 24, 2008) – The Sri Lankan government should take immediate steps to address the deteriorating human rights situation in the country’s Eastern Province, where there has been an increase in killings and abductions in recent weeks, Human Rights Watch said today. read more ... more

DR Congo's Nkunda attacks China to boost political kudos: analysts
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>Congolese rebel supremo Laurent Nkunda's call for a review of contracts with China is a populist ploy designed to cash in on resentment over Beijing's tapping up of vast mineral reserves, analysts say. ... more

'Zim dispairs as crisis accelerates'
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>The crisis in Zimbabwe is worse than what The Elders had imagined, the trio announced in Johannesburg on Monday. ... more

Ransoms bring wealth to Somali pirate bases
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>As dawn breaks over the Indian Ocean each morning, elders in Somali pirate bases sip strong coffee and clutch mobile phones to their ears, eager to hear the latest from the gunmen out at sea. ... more

Rangers Return to Gorilla Park in Congo
Topix - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
p>Rangers returned to Virunga National Park on Friday after being forced to flee the area in September 2007 when armed Tutsi rebels loyal to General Laurent Nkunda took over the parka s gorilla sector. ... more

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