Social media face the challenge of credibility with the advent of fake news, said Sally Evans – Digital coordinator/Investigator-amaBhungane on a one day training workshop for various local journalists in Gaborone.
The news circle is changing as mobile journalism takes center stage, says INK journalist, Ntibinyane Ntibinyane during a two-day training workshop organized for local journalists.
Botho University, a private college in Botswana specializing in business and information technology education, has dismissed two lecturers after they allegedly obtained fake doctoral degrees from a “degree mill” apparently based in the wilds of South Africa’s Northern Cape province.
An audio recording leaked to the Botswana Gazette newspaper has turned a harsh light on the financial problems of a major Southern African health education institution, Boitekanelo College in Gaborone.
Hardly a year after the arrest of three Botswana Gazette journalists, the empire strikes again! Yet another worrying development. Another careless arrest of a journalist in a country considered Africa’s shining example of democracy and good governance. This time, the Office of President onslaught on the private media happened so early into 2016.