Independence buys freedom

Facebook remains the most popularly used social media platform in Botswana

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.

How smartphones are changing the future of news

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.

The Degrees are Fake, the Positions are Real

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.

Major Botswana Health College in financial crisis

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.

Stop the unnecessary arrests!

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.