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Ntibinyane Ntibinyane

Ntibinyane Ntibinyane

    Botswana's 'shoot-to-kill policy' against suspected poachers
    Botswana's 'shoot-to-kill policy' against suspected poachers
    On a chilly night near Ihaha Camp, in the Chobe National Park, Corporal Joel Mathe of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) set out with his team on an...
    Botswana's 'shoot-to-kill policy' against suspected poachers
    Botswana's 'shoot-to-kill policy' against suspected poachers
    On a chilly night near Ihaha Camp, in the Chobe National Park, Corporal Joel Mathe of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) set out with his team on an...
    Botswana repeatedly raids preservation fund
    Botswana repeatedly raids preservation fund
    Diamonds are not forever. That fact motivated the Botswana government in 1994 to do something politicians rarely do: provide for a future after...
    WikiLeaks cables provide limited vindication for Malema
    WikiLeaks cables provide limited vindication for Malema
    The Botswana government gave the United States the green light to explore the possibility of establishing an Africa Command (Africom) base in the...
    Alienated leader criticises Khama's 'iron-fisted' rule
    Alienated leader criticises Khama's 'iron-fisted' rule
    The ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) is in crisis following the recent resignation of its flamboyant secretary general, Kentse Rammidi, who...
    Botswana dismisses Malema's military-base claim
    Botswana dismisses Malema's military-base claim
    Botswana has dismissed as "bullshit" ANC Youth League claims that the country is talking to the United States about setting up a military base in...
    Questionable dealings of connected men
    Questionable dealings of connected men
    Ian Khama, Botswana's president since 2008, has interests in a premium tourism company that benefited from the controversial relocation of...
    Strongman Khama forces union retreat
    Strongman Khama forces union retreat
    Shattered glass, large stones and bricks littered the ground at Gaborone's Main Mall after violent protests by Botswana's public service workers,...
    'Mr Clean' in court for corruption
    'Mr Clean' in court for corruption
    Botswana's minister of finance and development planning has been charged with corruption, the second member of Botswana President Ian Khama's...
    Tension mounts over escalating Botswana protests
    Tension mounts over escalating Botswana protests
    Botswana's reputation as a shining example of unbroken democracy, stability and economic growth in Africa hangs in the balance as the country...
    Khama 'abusing' state media
    Khama 'abusing' state media
    President Ian Khama's administration has been accused of censoring labour leaders in Botswana's ongoing public sector strike while giving government officials frequent opportunities to lambast labour on state-owned television and radio stations....
    Public service strike exposes chinks in Botswana's armour
    Public service strike exposes chinks in Botswana's armour
    Almost 100 000 public servants have been on strike in Botswana since Monday last week, in an unprecedented display of popular militancy in the...