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14.11.16
PRESIDENTIAL PLEDGE When every president is inaugurated, He has to come up with a game plan. Just like any politician, you have to sell people dreams but the difference with when you are a president is that, once you are seated on that chair in the Presidential Office, people will pull out that score cards and start assessing your every move towards making those dreams a reality. With our President, that is no different as we have what we call the Presidential Pledge, all because of Lt Gen Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama
14.11.16
Stand against ageism To celebrate, honor, show respect and appreciation to the efforts, dedication and submission of the elders who have raised today’s leaders, the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development under the Department of Social Protection recently commemorated the International day of the Elderly in Hukuntsi, Kgalagadi District. As part of this celebration, the Ministry also raised awareness on issues and challenges of ageing in today’s world.
14.11.16
CHILD PROTECTION REGULATIONS 2015 Children are a blessing from the Lord, a family is dignified by children, and where there is a child there is warmth of love and joy. The Bible says in Psalms 127:3-5 “Behold children are a great heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb, a reward. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them!” Therefore as the Bible states, every child has to be protected and be well nurtured. This week we bring you a few pointers to understand when it comes to child protection as this is a hot topic currently preached by our Ministers.
14.11.16
FCC goes digital With most councils and government departments moving from pen and paper, Francistown City Council (FCC) has also vowed to take a step in the same direction by adopting the use of e-wallet services
14.11.16
ESP e tsosolosa Bothakga Local contractors have been commended for delivering good standard facilities within time and budget.  
14.11.16
Kgotla system key to governance The Assistant Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Frans van der Westhuizen says Bogosi and the Kgotla system remain highly relevant in the governance of modern Botswana.
31.10.16
BREAST CANCER  Breast cancer is a disease in which cells in the breast grow out of control. There are different kinds of breast cancer. The kind of breast cancer depends on which cells in the breast turn into cancer.
31.10.16
TAKING STOCK OF RADP The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development under which portfolio Remote Area Development Programme (RADP) falls, recently convened a consultative forum to consult on the implementation, progress made thus far and other challenges associated with the government flagship programme.
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