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Ruling Party Faces Tougher Opposition
[Deutsche Welle]Voting in Botswana was proceeding smoothly on Friday in a general election in which the ruling party faces an unprecedented test against a recently united opposition.
The EFF Statement on Botswana Elections
[EFF]The Economic Freedom Fighters warns against reading the "free and fairness" of Botswana elections by only judging the activities of the day of elections. The freeness and fairness of elections must be understood within the entire period since the election date was announced by the electoral commission.
Botswana Elections Underway
[SAnews.gov.za]Gaborone -Close to a million people in Botswana have already started lining up at polling stations this morning in a nationwide election that will determine that country's next president.
Voting Underway in Tight Presidential Elections
[AEP]Voting is currently ongoing in Botswana as they elect a president and parliament to rule the country for the next five years in an election expected to be the most competitive in the country's history. The atmosphere is calm and peaceful so far.
Can-2015 (Qualifiers - Day 5) - Botswana V Tunisia Next November 14
[Tunis Afrique Presse]Tunis, -The game opposing Botswana and Tunisia as part of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Group G) day-5 qualifiers has been set for November 14 (5:30PM Tunisian time) at Botswana National Stadium in Gaborone, said the Confederation of African Football on its official website.
Botswana Votes in Climate of Fear and Intimidation
[Daily Maverick]So much for Africa's model democracy. As Botswana votes on Friday, it does so in an unprecedented climate of fear and intimidation. The incumbent, President Ian Khama, will probably win again - but what has he sacrificed to prolong his stay in State House? SIMON ALLISON and ANDREA TEAGLE report from Gaborone.
She She She - AU Appoints FJC to Observe Botswana Election
[The Point]Fatoumatta Jahumpa Ceesay (FJC) is no doubt the busiest woman in The Gambia with invitations to official functions both from the home front and abroad knocking on her doors all the time.
Close Contest Expected at Polls
[SANF]Close to a million Batswana will go to the polls on 24 October in parliamentary and local government elections that are expected to be closely contested.
DPP’s decision to drop charges against Moroka falls under renewed scrutiny
The Directorate of Public Prosecution’s decision to drop potential criminal charges...
Only one unit restored at Morupule “B”
Two weeks after the troubled multimillion Morupule B power plant collapsed, only...
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