dimanche, 8 décembre 2019

Botswana : The legacy of Kgosi Bathoen Gaseitsi

As part of the celebrations for the 50th anniversary, the Botswana National Front will be releasing a series of articles in celebration of its achievements and challenges over the years. This will also include profiles of its former leaders. We (...)

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Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) is right wing

We are not bitter that the the BDP is now a member of Socialist International (SI). Not at all. From the BNF side we would not even have said a thing had the BDP’s Secretary General just celebrated their strange affair with SI without making (...)

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Botswana : UDC on Israeli actions

The Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) strongly criticises the continued cruel and barbaric actions by the state of Israeli against the People of Palestine. We can not stand by while Israeli continues to take land, rights, civil liberties, (...)

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Groundbreaking court ruling allows LGBT rights group to register organisation in Botswana

The Botswana High Court, in a groundbreaking decision, ruled on November 14, 2014, that members of a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights group could formally register their organization, Human Rights Watch said today. The (...)

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Botswana : slap on the face of workers

The Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) is grossly concerned by the appointment of four special elected Members of Parliament from Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) .If the appropriate people from BDP were nominated, there would have been no (...)

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The Umbrella For Democratic Change (UDC) would like to thank all those voters who placed a mark against its symbol in the General Elections. As a party that was contesting the General Elections for the first time, we are happy with the number of (...)

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Botswana : Don’t let them divide the workers Unite and resist 4% Peanuts !

We are here on the streets again. The first time since the ‘mother of all strikes’ of the public service workers in 2011. Demonstrating against a unilaterally declared 4% pay rise by the president in complete ignorance and violation of the process (...)

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Botswana : Stop privatization of Gaborone bus rank !

On September, 3, 2013 I listened in utter disgust as Gaborone Mayor Haskins Nkayigwa told Radio Botswana that as Gaborone City Council they have resolved to privatize the Gaborone Bus rank. The nagging question is ; why should an opposition-led (...)

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Botswana : On World Happiness Report

The World Happiness Report edited by renowned scholars, John Helliwell, Richard Layard and Jeffrey Sachs has just been released. The first one was released last year (2012) after the United General Assembly made a resolution in July 2011 to the (...)

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Botswana : reprieve for Bushmen threatened with eviction

Dozens of Botswana Bushmen threatened with eviction, reportedly because they live in an area proposed as a ‘wildlife corridor’, have won a significant court victory in their struggle to stay on their land. Since the wildlife corridor between the (...)

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