For Kebafilemang Mpifelang December 17, 2020 is a day she will never forget. The mother of three fights back tears as she describes how her son and nephew disappeared under her care in Mmatshumu, a tiny San village situated 55km from Letlhakane, the headquarters of Boteti sub-District.
In the scramble for DBS tenders, General Manager (Projects) is at the centre of allegations that he prioritizes cronyism over competitive bidding, writes Calistus Bosaletswe.
Data shows that over a 10-year period South Africa received most of the live lions and their products exported from Botswana – including 16 live lions in 2019.
Investigation by Calistus Bosaletswe for INK Centre for Investigative Journalism.
Naledi Paledi a sex worker who reside in Gaborone paints a gory picture of violence against sex workers in Botswana that almost left her dead at the hands of a client who had sought service from her.
Choppies Enterprises chief executive and executive director claim the auditing firm asked for a job for one if its directors – and dragged its feet on an audit when refused, writes Joel Konopo
President Mokgweetsi Masisi said people living with HIV/AIDS are amongst the most vulnerable to Covid-19 and that it is essential to ramp efforts to protect them from exposure to the Coronavirus.
Major questions have emerged about the Botswana Defence Force’s (BDF) killing of four alleged Namibian poachers, including claims that the victims were unarmed fishermen and one may have been executed after he was arrested.
Zimbabwean-born Kethiwe Mbali lost her parents in 2009 when she was 19 years old. Now aged 31, and a single mother Mbali escaped the shackles of poverty in Zimbabwe and now lives and works in Gaborone – as a sex worker.
Extensive financial transactions between De Beers sightholder Julius Klein Group, its subsidiary Julius Klein Botswana and De Beers Global Sightholders Sales (Botswana) give a rare and fascinating glimpse into the diamond industry’s flow of capital, documents obtained by BuzzFeed and shared with International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and INK Centre for Investigative Journalism reveal.
President Mokgweetsi Masisi has been awarded a government farm – even though his bid did not meet the brief. Masisi had been accused of acting unethically and flouting procurement rules by seeking to rent a large portion of state owned Banyana Farms.