Botswana

Botswana agreed to lend $1m credit facility to Zimbabwe.

Botswana on Thursday agreed to extend a credit facility of up to $1 million to Zimbabwe, as part of renewed efforts to elevate their bilateral ties in key strategic areas of mutual interest. Leaders of the two nations signed eight agreements at the inaugural ceremony of the Zimbabwe-Botswana Bi-National Commission in Harare. President Emmerson Mnangagwa […]

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Botswana beef up security measures to stem poaching.

Choppers have been deployed and there are more men on ground watching over elephants in Botswana. It is the country’s revived commitment to anti-poaching efforts, following a report by Elephants Without Borders that claims dozens of elephants have been killed by poachers in the northern part of the country. FOLLOW US ON:  INSTAGRAM, LINKEDIN, YOUTUBE, TWITTER & FACEBOOK Several wildlife NGOs […]

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At least 90 elephants killed in Botswana

Close to ninety elephants have been killed close to a famous park in the southern African country of Botswana, conservation group Elephants Without Borders have disclosed. Almost all of the dead animals had their tusks removed stressing the view that the incident was directly connected to the activities of poachers. FOLLOW US ON:  INSTAGRAM, LINKEDIN, YOUTUBE, TWITTER & FACEBOOK Botswana […]

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Bostwana Ex-President Ian Khama Shares A Different View About Global Politics.

Former president of Botswana, Ian Khama, has affirmed a long held cliche that politics is a dirty game. In his view, politics must however be differentiated from governance. In a wide-ranging interview with the 65-year-old who stepped down in late March after 10 years in charge of the diamond-rich southern African nation, said he never enjoyed […]

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