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New house for granny

  Grandmother Ketholetswe Makhwanye finally has decent accommodation thanks to Gareitire Social Club and some business houses in Francistown including The Voice newspaper. The two bedroom...

BICA goes to the people

  Botswana Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) Chief Executive Officer Verily Molatedi says interaction between BICA members and the executive is a worthwhile exercise that...

Prosecutor blamed for protecting colleague

  A 44-year-old man charged with stealing a generator worth P11, 000 last week accused the prosecutor of failing to bring a co-accused to court...

Game of revenge

  Rollers vows to avenge 2014 Mascom Top 8 cup defeat Football lovers can expect a treat when defending champions BDF XI host Township Rollers in...

Killed in the shack

  Murdered woman’s decomposed body found Tatitown Police on Monday detained a 34-year-old man hours after his girlfriend’s partially decomposed body was found in a shack...

The return of the legend

  Tafic legend Phuthego Modipe has returned to the club and firmly believes the club, which was relegated last season, can make it back to...

Luck for hungry man

  Man protesting CEDA receives free lawyer A Francistown lawyer and politician Morgan Moseki has offered free legal representation to a man charged with common nuisance...

Thank god it’s AFCON!

  Voice reporter Dubani-wa-Dubani last Friday morning eavesdropped on a conversation between three ladies at the Francistown Bus Rank, as they discussed the Orange Africa...

Charged for being a nuisance

  A 30-year-old aspiring farmer who last week staged a three and half day hunger strike in front of the Citizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency (CEDA)...

First division is no bed of roses

  Tafic Interim Chairperson Mmilili Mojiwa Kenneth has revealed that life in the Debswana First Division League is no bed of roses for the Matjimenyenga...

INDEPENDENCE CUP BACK

Building Materials Managing Director Nazir Patel says his company is happy and proud to be sponsoring the Francistown Independence Cup. Speaking to Voice Sport last...

WHY ZIMBOS IN BOTSWANA WOULD RATHER FACE A LION THAN GO...

Dubani-wa-Dubani recently heard this conversation between two Batswana ladies and their Zimbabwean friend.  RED SKIRT: Mayinini.(Auntie) How are you? I haven’t seen you for sometime....

TATI LAND REGISTRATION SMOOTH

Tati Landboard Senior Land Surveyor has said they are a step ahead in the implementation of the Land Administration Procedure and Capacity System (LAPCAS). LAPCAS...

FORTUNES FROM THE PAST

When her father brought home a sewing machine from the South African mines in the early 70’s, Mmasekgoa Makosha did not think it would...

CLASSTIME FOR TEACHERS

Botswana Football Association Education Officer Philimon Makwengwe says teachers are an important part of football as they are an oraganised entity and have acces...

JESUS MY ‘LOVER’

Dubani-wa-Dubani on Monday eavesdropped on this conversation whilst hitching a ride at Naledi Motors Francistown.   Black Hat: (to another who has just alight taxi) Greet...

LET THERE BE LIGHT

  Affordable solar solutions promise a brighter future+ Diagram: SOLAR SOLUTIONS There is light at the end of the tunnel for the many Batswana without access...

MAKING STRIDES IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

Ronnie Mokotedi is living his childhood dream of participating in the hospitality and tourism industry. Mokotedi, who graduated with a degree in Tourism Management from...

WOMAN’S PERSPECTIVE ON AFCON

Dubani-wa-Dubani heard three women at a cafe in Francistown discussing   AFCON and its impact on their lives. BLUE BEANIE: Mma I love this AFCON. I...

ORANGE YOUTH CUP BACK IN TOWN

The country’s most prestigious youth football tournament, the Orange Youth Cup, makes a welcome return to its roots in the Ghetto this weekend. The tournament...

GHETTO LOVE FOR NNUNU

Songstress plans another gig in Maun Local jazz songbird Nnunu Ramogotsi of the Women of Jazz fame last Saturday put up an impressive show as...

MUTI USE IN FOOTBALL

Tafic and Chiefs fan face off on allegations made against chiefs by owed traditional doctor Dubani-wa- Dubani on Monday evening heard this conversation between two...

INDEPENDENCE FOOTBALL

*Tafic takes on GNT in Independence football extravaganza Football lovers will on Sunday be treated to a free football feast courtesy of Building Material Suppliers...

LOCAL GROUPS SEEKS FUNDS TO TRAVEL TO LONDON

Ikalanga music sensation Bana Bana Ba  Ntogwa have revealed that they are in desperate need of financial help so that they can be able...

FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC

Upcoming music and entertainment promoter of Romeo Mashaba Promotions says she is into the the entertainment mainly to expose local talent to international audiences. Speaking...

COP IN COURT FOR STEALING ALCOHOL

A 25-year-old cop and his four accomplices charged with breaking into a bar and stealing alcohol beverages and others goods valued over P5 000.00...

TRAINING AND COACHING KEY TO FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT

Botswana Football Association technical Director Sonnyboy Sethibe says training coaches and developing players from the youngest possible age is the only way forward for...

MANNING OLYMPICS LINES

Emmanuel Kgaboetsile on Tuesday left for London where he will become the first Motswana to officiate at the Olympic Games.
Kgaboetsile of Rakops will be...

KGATLENG REGION ON POINT

Newly elected Kgatleng Football Association Vice Chairperson Technical Stephen Phetlhe says his committee intends to involve as many stakeholders as possible in their quest...

ON TOP OF THE WORLD

  Young Masitara talks about being the world’s top mathematics student It may have come as a surprise for Botswana that the world’s best student in...

BAKGTLA ROYALS ESCAPE JAIL

Our charges were made up: Sekai Bakgatla royal, Kgosi Bana Sekai believes that many Batswana are either in jail or have suffered the hangman’s noose...

FARMING, A WAY OF LIFE FOR MOST

Armed with over five years experience in selling farming machinery and implements, Jezer Rampa, has embarked on Agricultural entrepreneurship. The young man’s passion for tractors...

NO RAIN, NO LIFE…

Despite the trials and tribulations facing farmers due to the unpredictable weather conditions, Penepene Meswele says he will never give up farming. The 70-year-old retired...

SATISFIED

Government urged to monitor ISPAAD if it is to be a successful initiative A young farmer in the Kgatleng District is happy with the government...

ISPAAD SET FOR REVIEW

Government is aware that tractor owners are not happy with the money they get paid under the Integrated Support Programme for Arable Agricultural Development...

GREEN IS THE WAY

NDB encourages youth to invest in Farming projects National Development Bank (NDB) Communications Manager, Karabo Musa says more young people must venture into arable, subsistence...

UP FOR A CHALLENGE

Former Francistown Mayor Peter Ngoma is not holding any political office at the moment but he is hoping to be in parliament after the...

MUTI IN POLITICS

Politicians dismiss charms for elections claims,traditional doctors expose them In the backdrop of Botswana National Front President Duma Boko’s shocking allegations at the party’s congress...

LAONE’S LOVE LETTER WINS FIRST PRIZE

In the age of digital communication, a 12-year-old primary school student has demonstrated that the ‘old fashioned’ art of letter writing is far from...

‘I AM A PRINCIPLED POLITICIAN

Acting President and long time BPP member, former Francistown mayor and active preacher, 68-year-old Motlatsi Molapise is a veteran campaigner and arguably one of...