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Herbalist claims HIV/AIDS cure

A female herbalist in Palapye, Nnuku Gladys Malebo has discovered an HIV/AIDS medicinal plant, which she is refusing to show to officials of the Ministry of Health.


1st March 2016

The burden of financing healthcare

1st March 2016

Recent analysis of Botswana’s health financing landscape indicates that about P8.6 billion will be needed in 2016 to finance healthcare services.

Masire hits back at critics

1st March 2016

Former President Sir Ketumile Masire this week wiggled out of his cocoon from the comfort of his Government House in Extension 11 in Gaborone to defend his integrity against a series of attacks that he feels are calculated to belittle him.

Unions’ power struggle stalls salary talks

1st March 2016

The Judge President of the Industrial Court Tebogo Maruping has urged trade unions to focus more on the welfare of their members rather than being involved in power struggles.

Ramotswa Aquifer to benefit Botswana, South Africa

1st March 2016

Ramotswa Aquifer project is set to support a long-term joint vision and cooperation on the shared groundwater resources of the upper Limpopo region where Botswana and South Africa potentially share significant and valuable fresh underground water resources.

Lily Tsele – the outspoken youthful female politician

1st March 2016

Born Lily Odirile Tsele, in Mochudi village, the 23-year-old lass never imagined that she would one day be involved in politics.

Pre-school pupils taught in bat-infested classroom

1st March 2016

Chadibe North Primary School in the Central district is reportedly overwhelmed by bats which have occupied most of the school classrooms, causing a terrible stench due to their droppings which in turn may cause various diseases.

Religious leaders ponder over existence of God

1st March 2016

Religious leaders who gathered at the Hindu temple last Friday in Gaborone agreed on one thing: That there is only one God, with various names according to religions.

Sexanana gives Gantsi residents sleepless nights

1st March 2016

Residents of Gantsi would like to see more intensive research done on the prosopis mesquite plant, commonly known as sexanana.

Machaneng residents welcome ESP

25th February 2016

Residents of Machaneng Village in Tswapong have praised the Economic Stimulus Programme that was launched in their village by President Dr. Ian Khama this past Saturday.

Students given condoms during boot camps

25th February 2016

Students from various senior secondary schools around the country were given condoms last year during boot camps to prepare them for life after secondary school.

Couple tormented by mysterious fire

25th February 2016

A Francistown couple Tanyala Motswakae (51) and Boy Motswakae (71) residing in Monarch has vowed never to abandon its yard despite a mysterious fire which has left it destitute.

ZIKA VIRUS – NOW SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED

23rd February 2016

The Mosquito has been thrust back into the spotlight this time for resurfacing the fast spreading Zika Virus. This virus is another mosquito borne disease which like Malaria and Yellow Fever is capable of affecting thousands of people in a short space of time.


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