Jan 8th, 2013
Tsehaye Debalkew, Washington D.C There has been an acute and hugely observable dialogue and fierce debate that under grids the critical discourse of the Ethiopian polity in the wake of the fast paced development drive and the upcoming Regional and Municipal elections in the present burgeoning era of ...
Apr 27th, 2011
Gaborone – Botswana doctors, nurses and other essential workers who last week joined an ongoing public service strike returned to work on Wednesday in obedience to a court order. The government had sought the order from the industrial court, saying the unions had breached an agreement that esse...
Jan 7th, 2011
Seretse Khama was the first prime minister of Botswana, and from 1966 to his death in 1980, he served as the country’s first president.Date of Birth: 1 July 1921, Serowe, Bechuanaland. Date of Death: 13 July 1980. An Early Life Seretse (the name means “the clay that binds together”)...
Oct 15th, 2010
Botswana, one of Africa’s most stable countries, is the continent’s longest continuous multi-party democracy. It is relatively free of corruption and has a good human rights record. It is also the world’s largest producer of diamonds and the trade has transformed it into a middle-in...