The Midweek Sun

Former Miss Botswana urges public to donate blood

Former Miss Botswana, Sumaiyah Marope has encouraged the public to donate blood as this will save hundreds of lives. Speaking at this year’s World Donation Commemoration held in Francistown the former beauty queen said Botswana has not been able to reach the 40, 000 units of blood required annually. She further noted that the shortage of blood has in some unfortunate cases resulted in loss of lives.

The commemoration was held under the theme, ‘Thank you for saving my life’ at the Tati River Lodge in Francistown. Marope said the theme ‘Thank you for saving my

‘Agents are on the trail of Asparagus’

Botswana’s organs of state security are tracking Asparagus, a group that claims to have hacked the

Gongmaster is not about to stop changing lives

Mponang John Ketshabile, popularly known as Gongmaster, has made it clear that he will not stop changing the

Govt. still owes Maun residents who paved way for airport expansion

Maun residents who were relocated to pave way for the expansion of the Maun International Airport are yet to

MoE is failing to recover student loans

The Ministry of Education and Skills Development has no clue about how much is owned in student loans, The