Troubled Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) has been rocked by internal squabbles, with the ugly face of tribalism rearing its head and threatening to collapse the relatively new political organisation ahead of the 2024 general elections.
Amid its apparent reversal of gains, the party has of late shed its weight in the executive with the resignation of Vice President, Caroline Lesang, National Executive Committee member, Samson Guma Moyo, and Chairman, Oboetswe Gabotlale. Information gathered by this publication is that the BPF President tried to resign immediately after Guma but some party mem...
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In this article:'Ke Nako', Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF), BPF National Chairman Oboetswe Gabotlale, BPF NEC, Caroline Lesang, Chairman, National Executive Committee member, Samson Guma Moyo, Vice President
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