Cross-border intelligence between Botswana Police Services (BPS) and the South African Police Services (SAPS) points to one of the infamous heist master-minders currently serving jail time in one of the Gauteng prisons.
• Shadrack Baaitse facilitated the controversial Moffat Group mask tender
Fresh investigations shows that businessman Shadrack Baaitse was subcontracted as a supplier by Moffat Group to get them face masks through a South African export and import company.
Former president Ian Khama is lodging in obscurity in South Africa after skipping the country early November much to the chagrin of the state security agency, DIS.
• Smoke still unclear for vendors on Tobacco Bill
Vendors interviewed by Ink Centre for Investigative Journalism do not welcome the new Tobacco Control Act signed into law in October 2021, saying it is highly retributionist and exclusive.
By definition, there is nothing wrong with owning an offshore company. However, it becomes rather fascinating when those who do deny it, especially when the entities in question are domiciled in places that attract certain types who present perturbations to the international finance system. As NTIBINYANE NTIBINYANE of INK Centre for Investigative Journalism reports, an international probe points at Ram of Choppies fame as one such person
Vice President Slumber Tsogwane, who is also the Member of Parliament for Boteti West, is embroiled in a controversy over the ownership of a quarry mine in the village of Xhumo, Julia Masima reports.
Botswana lacks leadership and policy direction to stop the spread of Coronavirus, argues Joel Konopo
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) should recall President Mokgweetsi Masisi, current chair of the SADC organ on Politics, Defence and Security (Troika), who lacks objectivity about the unfolding crisis in eSwatini and therefore cannot mediate between the clashing security forces and demonstrators calling for electoral reforms.
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.
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.