Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Botswana Telecommunication Corporation has relocated its service centre from KB mall to Railparl Mall as part of its strategy to better serve and enhance its customer’ experience.
Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says with the passing of Masire, the African continent has lost a humble giant whose exemplary life has made all of us proudly African.
Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Tributes have continued to pour in for the late former President Sir Ketumile Masire.

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Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Botswana Telecommunication Corporation has relocated its service centre from KB mall to Railparl Mall as part of its strategy to better serve and enhance its customer’ experience. BTC Managing Director, Anthony Masunga says the move is part of a broader strategy that is aimed at improving customer service experience offering innovative products. The corporation says it is responding to demands of the consumer by giving them access to the world through product offerings such as 4G.
Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says with the passing of Masire, the African continent has lost a humble giant whose exemplary life has made all of us proudly African. Mbeki says Sir Ketumile played a critical and courageous role in the struggle for the liberation of South Africa from the shackles of the apartheid system. He continued to say Masire belonged among that eminent cohort of African leaders who served their countries and the rest of Africa with great honesty, integrity and humility.
Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Tributes have continued to pour in for the late former President Sir Ketumile Masire. The leader of the opposition coalition, Duma Boko says Sir Ketumile played a pivotal role in fostering democracy, in nurturing it, and encouraging the growth and development of political parties in this country. The UDC president says it was under Masire’s reign that many democratic electoral reforms were carried out, and he was a president who wanted to see all the democratic energies of his people channelled properly.
Monday, 26 Jun 2017
Reports claim the family of the late former President Sir Ketumile Masire clashed with President Ian Khama over the funeral date of the statesman. Mmegi Monitor newspaper quotes former President Festus Mogae as saying the family had wanted to bury the 91 year-old on Saturday but Khama said he will be away at the Race for Rhinos event on that day. Mogae told the paper that Khama had suggested Monday July 3, but Thursday was the compromise the day.
Friday, 23 Jun 2017
The late former President Sir Ketumile Masire will be accorded a state funeral and will be laid to rest on Thursday next week in Kanye. The 91-year-old passed away late last night at Bokamoso Private Hospital in Gaborone. His foundation says he died peacefully at 10 past 10, surrounded by his family. Government spokesperson Dr Jeff Ramsay says a memorial service will also be held in Gaborone on Wednesday, at a time and venue still to be decided.
Friday, 23 Jun 2017
President Ian Khama has declared 3 days of national mourning, starting today in remembrance of former President Sir Ketumile Masire. The presidency says flags shall remain flying at half-mast during the time of mourning, while books of condolences will remain open at Parliament, all District and Sub-District Headquarters, and at all Botswana diplomatic missions abroad. meanwhile, suspended BMD leader Ndaba Gaolathe has paid tribute to the late former President Sir Ketumile Masire.
Friday, 23 Jun 2017
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has paid tribute to its Board Member and Former President Sir Ketumile Masire. The Foundation has expressed its deepest condolences to the Masire family, the people of Botswana and Africa as a whole. Serving as Botswana’s second President, Sir Ketumile Masire is credited with building the country’s modern economy. Under his leadership, Botswana became synonymous with good governance and transparency and also demonstrated to other nations that natural resources can be a blessing and not a curse.
Friday, 23 Jun 2017
Scores of Batswana have paid tribute to the former President Sir Ketumile Quett Joni Masire. Some say the best way to collectively honour his memory is to protect and continue to nurture that which he and his contemporaries built in this country. Others are saying he has lived a long significant life, and that he will surely rest in peace, “Go well Ntate Masire”.
Friday, 23 Jun 2017
Former President Sir Ketumile Quett Joni Masire
The nation is mourning the death of beloved former President Sir Ketumile Quett Joni Masire, who passed away late last night. In a statement, the Sir Ketumile Masire Foundation and the Masire family says he died peacefully at Bokamoso Private Hospital surrounded by his family at 10 past 10. The Foundation has thanked well-wishers and friends from near and far, for their prayers, thoughts and comforting messages of support during this difficult time.
Thursday, 22 Jun 2017
The Chairman of refugees sheltered at Dukwi refugee camp, Bhekimpilo Weza, has appealed to the government, to release their colleagues who are still detained at the Francistown Center for illegal immigrants. Speaking during the commemoration of the world refugee day in Dukwi on Tuesday, Weza, said their colleagues at the centre have overstayed and therefore all stakeholders involved should be engaged to find a lasting solution.

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