Landless amidst plenty: Plight of the modern day citizen of Botswana

Almost a decade ago I was part of group of concerned who undertook the momentous task of delivering a petition to government for land policy reform and called for an audit. Among the brave souls that spearheaded the campaign were Jimbo James, Joe Serema, Tebogo Mogaleemang and Motlhaleemang Moalosi among others. This was a committed... Continue Reading →

The Response To The BCPYL call for Boko's Head is Indicative of a Culture of Intolerance Towards Dissent and We should Be Concerned

The Botswana Congress Party Youth League (BCPYL) in a statement that has since been retracted called for Duma Boko to give up the presidency of the Umbrella for Democratic Chance (UDC). The reaction to their position was met with vitriol by members of the Botswana National Front, being Boko’s political clansmen. On Tuesday 20 January... Continue Reading →

Open Letter To H.E MEK Masisi

Dear Mr. President I would like to extend my warm regards on your inauguration as President of the Republic of Botswana. I heard that it rained in Botswana again on the day of your inauguration. O motho a ratwa ke pula. I, for one, do not know the significance thereof but like many I am tempted... Continue Reading →

Repost: #MenAreTrash

It is often said that no man who is in a privileged position can truly understand the strife of the underprivileged, the oppressor of the oppressed and so on. In truth as the male class of the human species we can never understand the challenges that females through. The tales women tell of the boogie... Continue Reading →

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