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Police arrests during Rev Tiego's protest PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
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Bakgatla Heritage Fest

Bakgatla in Moruleng, South Africa held their annual Heritage Fest on Sunday. Kgosi Kgafela II addressed morafe on number of contentious issues affecting Bakgalta in Botswana and South Africa. PICS: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

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About 11% of girls in Botswana raped

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Shame on BotswanaPost, like-minded employers

Just recently, the Manual Workers Union successfully interdicted BotswanaPost from implementing new terms and conditions of employment for its members without the unionโ€™s knowledge.The union then took the BotswanaPost to court seeking to stop the postal parastatal from implementing terms and conditions of the workers who fall under their membership without being involved on their behalf.In his ruling, Justice Isaac Bahuma of the Gaborone...

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