The Choppies supermarket chain warehouse was raided, where food unfit for human consumption was found - and continued for years after the discovery.
Edgar Tsimane, the journalist who wrote the article, remains in exile, and the editor Outsa Mokone will appear in the high court next month.
The journalist who wrote the article remains in exile and the editor will appear in the high court next month.
Several African leaders have been linked to the Panama Papers leak, including the president of the Court of Appeal in Botswana.
Freelance journalist Sonny Serite was arrested on Thursday, but not yet charged. Serite recently covered stories about alleged corruption of R250m.
The Botswana government has been accused of valuing wildlife more than human life, as it ups the ante against illegal hunters in the region.
The Pula Fund was established to cushion the country once its revenue from diamonds dries up. But critics say it's more of an emergency slush fund.
Botswana's First People are trying to retain their ancestral identity while keeping fracking at bay.
Choppies retail giant denies using 'soft power' to secure privileges and dispense benefits.
Africa's model democracy is sliding into a monocracy that is punishing the media.
South Africa's neighbours are dependent on the union's short-sighted revenue-sharing formula.
Rising costs have exposed flaws in a beneficiation deal that should have been clear-cut, writes Roman Grynberg.
Fishing licences for locals and the influx of traders from Zambia and the DRC should be controlled, writes Roman Grynberg.
Low productivity and the concomitant costs are harming the local beneficiation industry.
Botswana's executive has accepted a high court ruling that protects "free and fair election" through a secret ballot, as opposed to a show of hands.
The ruling Botswana Democratic Party secured 33 of 57 seats in Parliament, giving Khama another five-year term as president.
Botswana has to make growth and development the central objective of government policy.