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Naomi Ruele: Botswana’s Olympic medal swimming hopeful

15 July 2016Meet Naomi Ruele, #Botswana’s first Olympic swimmer #TeamBotswana #Rio2016 ?? pic.twitter.com/33kwCaIH0B — Botswana (@Botswana) July 13, 2016Botswana is going Olympics-mad over its new...

A tribute to South Africa’s neighbours

A photographic exhibition, On the Frontline, at the Nelson Mandela Foundation's Centre of Memory reflects on the contribution – and the price they paid – from countries in Africa to helping the liberation struggle overcome apartheid.


How the family of African states helped end apartheid

The victory over apartheid was a collective effort. Help from other African countries was decisive in the struggle. From bases in Angola to military help in Zambia, they all played a role.

Banyana in 4-0 win over Botswana

Banyana in 4-0 win over Botswana

Banyana Banyana overpowered Botswana 4-0 at a packed Isak Steyl Stadium at the Vaal University of Technology in Vanderbijil Park on Saturday as they began their preparations for the 2014 African Women's Championships.

Tiger Kloof School earns a reputation for excellence

Students and teachers are drawn from across southern Africa and beyond to the unusual school in rural North West Province. Counting among its alumni the Botswana elite and more than one president, Tiger Kloof's history reflects the history of South Africa – and its new dawn.

South Africa: world tourist hotspot

South Africa's popularity as a tourism destination, locally and globally, is on the up and the Department of Tourism says it is well on its way to achieving its goal to be a Top 20 destination by 2020.
SA improves travel, tourism competitiveness

Botswana launches brand strategy

Botswana is a resources rich, economically and politically stable country with a strong economy and an enviable credit rating. It is capitalising on all of this to build its brand and grow the nation as an economic powerhouse. Synergies with its neighbours are part of the plan.
Deals a-plenty at fifth BRICS summit

Border posts go hi-tech

The modernisation of South Africa’s border control technology is easing the process for people taking cargo across national borders, and making it harder for criminals to dodge the system.
More soldiers patrol borders

Builders Warehouse opens in Botswana

Builders Warehouse opens in Botswana

DIY and home improvement chain Builders Warehouse, which forms part of Massmart, has made its first foray outside South Africa with the opening of a new store in Gaborone, Botswana.
Clicks Group expands into Botswana

Clicks Group expands into Botswana

South African health and beauty retailer Clicks Group has expanded into Botswana with the launch of its first Clicks store at the Game City, one of the largest shopping malls in Gaborone.


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