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How CMB hypnotized Peloetletse with dirty money 15 June 2021

How CMB hypnotized Peloetletse with dirty money

INK reporters

Emmah Peloetletse, acting Permanent Secretary to the President (PSP), allegedly promised an investment management firm her full support in their bid to increase their exposure to the country’s largest pension fund, allegedly in exchange for kickbacks.

31 May 2021

EIA Committee quashes Ghanzi farmer’s claim that mining bad for environment

Calistus Bosaletswe

A South African absentee farmer has lost an appeal seeking the court to reverse a government authorised Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) granted to a Australian junior copper miner, Tshukudu Metals mining in the Ghanzi region.

19 April 2021

Forced marriage threatens teenager’s education

Mosidi Mokaeya

Ragele Karosa* (16) of Ngami Junior Secondary School has a passion for success. She values school more so because she has dropped out twice due to pregnancy. Her premature motherhood has become a financial burden to her unemployed parents who were already struggling to make ends meet. The youngster says that she regrets her pregnancies because they have cemented her parents’ belief that by now she should be a wife. Now, the Herero born student of Semboyo village in Ngamiland fears that she will soon be forced to become a child bride.

29 March 2021

‘Magosi behind secret recording’

Calistus Bosaletswe

Botswana’s head of intelligence, Brigadier Peter Fana Magosi, arranged to secretly record the meeting where top spies, detectives and prosecutors discussed the investigation of former president Ian Khama’s alleged involvement in large-scale corruption and money-laundering, allege two well-placed sources.