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​Diamonds will not last forever

Secretary to four presidents Molosiwa Selepeng shares his memories

​Looking back on 50 years of Botswana’s history

Jeff Ramsay, former journalist and commentator, and now civil servant, explains Botswana at 50

Mining – Lerang Selolwane

Finally, I wanted to test myself. I wanted to see if I could do it. I did not want to wake up at 80 years old, regretting that I never took the risk.

Environment – Tracy Sonny

Currently she works with the Disaster Risk Reduction and Response Programme (2016-2018).

Social Development — Onkemetse Kwelagobe

She is a police officer, activist and mentor.

Social Development — Thamiso Chabalala

He is serves as a councillor for Mafhikana Ward in Kanye

Philanthropy – Chandapiwa Baputaki

Baputaki believes that having a pair of shoes can change the life of a less privileged child.

Technology – ​Goabaone Mogwe

His biggest challenge has been trying to acquire a trademark for the current app name.

Leadership and Business – ​Phenyo Segokgo

He stresses that free education has provided them with a platform to be able to play their role in developing the country.

Leadership and Business – ​Moatlhodi Sebabole

He holds several degrees from the University of Botswana and the University of Essex in the UK and is currently doing his PhD.

Philanthropy — Changu Siwawa

She is a passionate gender equality advocate.

Leadership and Business – Kabalano Rampa

After graduating from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, Rampa worked for Alexander Forbes Botswana and Yarona Media Holdings.

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