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    SEZA to deal with P9 billion food import bill

SEZA to deal with P9 billion food import bill

*food security is put on the spotlight GP Correspondent As food security concerns heighten across the globe, Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA) has initiatives on the radar to tackle the looming challenge on the local market. Lonely Mogara, SEZA Chief Executive Officer says plans to help the economy reduce its

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    Kweneng West’s covid-19 challenges answered

Kweneng West’s covid-19 challenges answered

GP Correspondent The Coca-Cola Foundation has availed US$ 50,000 (approximately P585 622.00) in support of vulnerable communities in the Kweneng West District. The Foundation chose to channel its donation through Botswana Red Cross Society, leveraging on its unique access to people and communities, which consist of 10,000 volunteers countywide. According

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    Chellzkitchen officially opens

Chellzkitchen officially opens

Michelle Phetlhe of ChellzKitchen will this August host a cooking class for cooking enthusiasts. It will be the first event for Phetlhe of ESTeRES Boutique Agency this year. The cooking

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    Limitless academy to host first ever tournament in August

Limitless academy to host first ever tournament in August

BAITSHEPI SEKGWENG Limitless Minds Chess Academy continues to make some strides in achieving its mandate of taking chess to the marginalized groups or communities. The academy will on the 18th-19th

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    North East District launches economic development drive

North East District launches economic development drive

* Million dollar Morula oil business in the pipeline They say money does not grow on trees. Well, the opposite will soon happen in the North East District as a

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    Beekeeping’s potential to lift over half of Africans out of poverty

Beekeeping’s potential to lift over half of Africans out of poverty

Interview by Sharon Tshipa With 52 percent of Africans living in rural areas, beekeeping has been identified as one of the interventions that can eradicate poverty among the rural poor.

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