Observers say elections in Southern Africa this year are vulnerable to manipulation and misuse of the military to clamp down on opponents.
Botswana's government has denied claims that fracking is under way in the country's top wildlife park, but says exploration drilling is taking place.
Botswana has been accused of sacrificing the Kalahari to commercial fracking while ignoring the concerns of access to scarce water.
Beware the dazzle of the latest kimberlite discovery, policymakers: diamonds aren't forever.
In order to move the mineral from Botswana, Transnet and Eskom are going to need help.
Botswana's industry is sparkling compared with its neighbour's declining sector.
Botswana's government will next week remove hundreds of Bushmen from their land to make way for a wildlife park, claims an indigenous rights group.
Hopes are high that the new partnership will ensure easy, cheaper access to vaccines and medicine.
Access to ARVs is improving, but poor attitudes to patients are aggravating maternal mortality rates.
Botswana's opposition party has thrown its weight behind law for officials to declare their interests.
Botswana's tourism ministry has confirmed that it will update and rebrand the country as an international destinatio
The right-of-reply article by Dr Jeff Ramsay, deputy permanent secretary for Botswana's government communications is full of spin, says Sam Ditshego.
The African Spring may not have materialised, but in Botswana the winds of change are buffeting a party that has ruled the country since independence.
With government help, a Namibian brewery is leaving its Botswana competitor thirsty.
In the past decade we have come to expect little from the M&G in its reporting on Botswana, which tends to be ill-informed, writes Jeff Ramsay.
The article "Khama Inc: All the president's family, friends and close colleagues" reads like a breathless whodunnit, writes Tom Tweedy.
An M&G investigation has revealed President Ian Khama's extensive use of the Botswana state to establish a far-reaching network built on patronage.
What is truly scary about the IMF's income distribution figures, is that Botswana now has a more unequal distribution of income than South Africa.
Not a soul who goes to the supermarket will have failed to notice the rapid rate of price increases of almost all foods in the past 18 months.
The decision to deliver coal deposits to either the Indian or Atlantic ocean has international implications, writes Roman Grynberg.