No one could ignore Zodwa Wabantu during the past festive season as she broke the Internet. In one of the local concerts, she could be seen taking off her underwear during a performance. She was one of the most booked performers in Botswana this past festive season and most of her fans wanted to see and others notably touch her. She was a darling for event promoters because they knew very well that she would pull crowds to their shows. South African Reality TV star and dancer, Zodwa, sold out shows in Botswana. But this came at a cost in the end as the Botswana Police Service (BPS) came growling with a warrant of arrest issued against her.
FRANCISTOWN: The director of Adonsonia Hotel, Chetani Upendera Joy and director of Rick Tuition Centre, Leanne Collette Brown have appeared in court to answer for one count of allegedl conspiracy to murder.
MOSHUPA: ‘Ko-ga seriri’ area in Moshupa remains the most feared place in the village with the portion of the Mosupe River, which hardly dries up, believed to have a big snake that can change to anything and at times talk to people whilst invisible.
The drama between the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) and its former spy officer, Welheminah ‘Butterfly’ Maswabi seems to be brewing again as they are now headed for another round of tussle at the courts.
Even though former president Ian khama has dismissed rumours that he is seeking asylum in South Africa, his delayed return to Botswana is beginning to raise eyebrows, more than two months later.
A major shake-up of ministries and parastatals is reportedly set for this year with some being merged and others to be split as part of President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s RESET agenda aimed at the alignment of government to the transformation objective and new priorities.
Marriage, like any other partnership, comes with contractual obligations and when such is not fulfilled, it can be detrimental to both parties when the fairytale of ‘happily ever after’ is cut short.
The fight for the soul of the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) has reignited yet another gruelling political brouhaha as party diehards position themselves ahead of the party’s elective congress in a date yet to be determined.
New amendments to the Companies Act will make the identity of beneficial owners of companies publicly available as part of an effort to stamp out money laundering and other criminal behaviour, Mmegi has established. The amendments are part of 16 bills the 'emergency' sitting of Parliament is scheduled to debate on January 24.