• VERY UPSET1

     Alternative governance a dream  How can ‘opposition’ hang their linen in public  BDP laughing all the way to an election Victory My hopes for an alternative government are dashed. We thought in our lifetime we would see an alternative government. In vain. It is time for the parties  not in governance to change their name

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  • WANTED21

    RUSSIAN BLONDE BEAUTY NAMES NCHINDO AS BABY’s DAD, LAUNCHES SEARCH FOR HIM Controversial in life and controversial in death. That describes the late Louis Goodwill Nchindo, the former Managing Director of Debswana Diamond Mining company. This week Nchindo made headlines again, but this time around in the far away Eastern Europe Republic of Belarus where

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  • AN OLYMPIC MIRACLE0

    Nigel Amos’ athletics history if there is any at all is something of fairy tale. The 18 year old boy from Marobela has only been running for the past four years but has already achieved what other seasoned athletes can only dream of. Amos is the youngest member of the London 2012 Olympic bound team,

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  • CONSUMER’S VOICE – 27TH APRIL 20120

    Dear Consumer’s Voice #1 I bought what seemed a quality Soviet t-shirt from people who sell stuff on the streets. Unfortunately it just lasted for two months and its value and colour were gone. It costed me P250 and I didn’t return it because there was no guarantee. Unfortunately I suspect there’s not a lot

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  • TRIBAL WAR BREWING IN SHOSHONG7

    *Royals accuse Kgamane of imposing son,threaten to cause mayhem A heated discussion about Kgosi Sediegeng Kgamane’s controversial decision to install his son as chief has ended with threats of separation of Bangwato and the other peoples of Shoshong. A disgruntled royal from Phaleng ward, Modiko Mosinyi who expressed anger that Kgamane, a prominent Mongwato royal

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  • COUNCIL DEPUTY CHAIR IN TUCKSHOP ROW3

    Kweneng District Council Deputy Chairperson, Tshepiso Lesope’s bitter fight with a local farmer for a tuck shop has culminated into an P18 500 lawsuit launched by the coucillor against the farmer. Lesope, a Botswana Democratic Party councillor for Moshaweng village told The Voice in an interview that the farmer he is suing, 49- year- old

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