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Florida State welcomes president of Botswana for official visit - Florida State University News

FSU President John Thrasher greets His Excellency President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana outside Ruby Diamond Concert Hall during an official visit Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018. (FSU Photography Services)


Rea aims to become Botswana’s next TV mogul - BotswanaUnplugged

When her peers were chasing tertiary school deadlines, worried about their Grade Point Average (GPA), retakes or failing their respective semesters, this young and vivacious lass was less bothered at all as she always knew her dream was fixated on becoming Botswana’s next big media entrepreneur. The



On the 15th of October 2018, a new star will rise from the Kalahari. The EOS Botswana community will be launched under the able leadership of Mrs. Alakanani Itireleng and Mr. Koketso Pelo. Botswana is by far one of Africa’s most promising nations. The country is among the world’s fastest growing eco


Botswana unwrapped - Travel Africa Magazine

Why visit?Botswana offers the ultimate luxury safari experience. Its riches of wildlife include about 25 per cent of Africa’s elephants and is one of the few countries where you can regularly see vast herds. There is some of the most dramatic predator viewing anywhere, and the unique combination of


John Craig plans Botswana, Namibia expansion

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG,(CAJ News)– SOUTH Africa’s menswear retailer, John Craig, plans to establish a presence in Botswana and expand its operations in Namibia.


Republic of Botswana President Masisi visits his alma mater, Florida State University

Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi, a native of Botswana, came to Florida State University in 1989 to begin studies for a master’s degree in social studies education.


Botswana fights claims of elephant poaching spree

"Last year, the whole year, we lost about 81 elephants. So I can say it's just normal, like any other year, we haven't recorded any mass killing," said Churchill Collyer, the deputy director of the Department of Wildlife and National Parks.


President of Botswana, FSU alumni, visits campus

As the Marching Chiefs play, President of the Republic of Botswana Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisiat makes his way into the Westcott Building on the Florida State University Campus in Tallahassee, Fla. Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018.


Dozens of dead elephants discovered in Botswana | Pictures | Reuters

Flashback: Hurricane Maria devastates Puerto RicoA look back at Hurricane Maria, which struck Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017, killed an estimated 3,000 people in the U.S. territory and knocked out power to...Sep 19 2018


German youth orchestra to perform in South Africa, Botswana

The ensemble will perform at the Linder Auditorium (Johannesburg), Brooklyn Theatre (Pretoria), Maitisong Theatre (Gaborone), City Hall (Cape Town) and Endler Hall (Stellenbosch) from 2 - 12 October.


Botswana: Fiscal deficit to drop to 2.3% of GDP

This year, Botswana’s fiscal deficit would drop to 2.3%, a release from the country’s finance ministry informed today September 18, 2018.


Pangolin Commences Core Drilling on a 10 Hectare Kimberlite Pipe Shaped Target That Returned Positive Kimberlite Indicators at Depth, Botswana, Africa

TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —Pangolin Diamonds Corp.(TSX-V: PAN)(the “Company” or “Pangolin”) is pleased to provide an update from the latest drill programme at the Company’s wholly-owned Malatswae Diamond Project (“Malatswae”), located 75 km southeast of the Orapa Kimberlite Field in B


Nearly 90 elephants slain in Botswana amid anti-poaching unit disarmament

An elephant at the Mashatu game reserve on July 26, 2010 in Mapungubwe, Botswana. Mashatu is a 46,000 hectare reserve located in Eastern Botswana where the Shashe river and Limpopo river meet. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)


Botswana: Cradle Arc renews its copper mines’ licenses

Last weekend, Cradle Arc announced that its PL33/2005 and PL180/2008 prospecting permits in Botswana have been renewed for two years. This renewal follows a request submitted in January 2018 to the minister of minerals, energy and water resources.


Which Countries Border Zimbabwe?

Zimbabweis a southern Africanlandlocked countrythat is located right between Limpopo and Zambezi rivers. Zimbabwe is surrounded by Mozambique, Botswana, Zambia and South Africa. It has over 16 million residents. The locals converse in over sixteen dialects, but the most commonly used languages in Zi


Government confident of lucrative Chinese market for Botswana beef

Briefing the media on his return from his state visit to China and Seychelles, President Masisi said the proposal to export Botswana beef to China was one of the major talking points during his meeting with his Chinese counterpart, President Xi Jinping.


Dozens of elephant carcasses found in Botswana, revealing ‘unprecedented’ levels of poaching

LOS ANGELES– Almost 90 elephant carcasses have been found during a survey in northern Botswana, revealing “unprecedented” levels of poaching in the country, the conservation group carrying out the study has said.


Banyana Banyana beat Botswana in Cosafa clash

It looked as though brave Botswana would thwart Banyana Banyana, who missed a penalty and wasted a number of other opportunities, until Jermaine Seoposenwe popped up with a header to break the hearts of The Mares.


Banyana make four changes for 'tough match' against Botswana

“We are neighbours and when we play each other it’s always a tough battle,” Ellis said. “They know about us as much as we know about them. We have to prepare very well, and ensure that we execute that plan. We won’t take anything for granted, hence we have to thoroughly see how the opposition plays


Botswana's 2018 budget deficit to widen to 2.3 pct of GDP

Botswana’s economy is expected to grow 4.5 percent this year, down from an estimate in February of 5.3 percent, deputy decretary for macroeconomic policy in the ministry of finance Kelapile Ndobano said at a 2019 budget conference.