Thursday, 18 May 2017
Electronic Voting Machine, Coordinator Gabriel Seeletse says the seven thousand Electronic Voting Machines to be procured from Indian company Bharat is estimated to cost the government P90 million.
Thursday, 18 May 2017
The electoral commission will not be taking part in tonight’s panel discussion on the controversial EVMs, organised by the Botswana Council of NGOs together with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Thursday, 18 May 2017
Opposition parties say they will not participate in what they call a sham where the electoral commission will today showcase an infamous Electronic Voting Machine, supposedly to be used in the 2019

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Power trading will drive electricity landscape over the next five years

“Electricity shortage across Southern Africa will drive power to become one of the most tradeable commodities across the region in the coming years,” says Mr. Sheperd Aisam, Head of Stanbic Bank’s Corporate and Investment Banking division. “Almost every aspect of a modern economy relies on electricity to function so the countries that emerge as the ones with excess supply will have significant negotiating power, so to speak.

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