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04.03.16
CONTROLLING HUMAN/WILDLIFE CONFLICT REMAINS CHALLENGE
04.03.16
Government’s main focus is to bring the 600MW Morupule B Power Plant into service in a short time possible, Minister of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources has said. Briefing Parliament on progress made on Morupule B Power Plant, Mr Kitso Mokaila indicated that telling effects brought about by the inordinate delay in bringing the power plant into service have been severe and characterised by prolonged and widespread load shedding. Mr Mokaila also noted that problems have been identified and remedial action was being taken, including strengthening of the Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) project management staff.
04.03.16
KNOWLEDGE KEY TO BUSINESS - MMATLI
04.03.16
BITC EMPOWERS GHANZI ENTREPRENUERS
03.03.16
APPOINTMENT OF PRESIDENTIAL INSPECTORATE TEAM
03.03.16
Mmamashia Water Treatment Plant to be Refurbished.
03.03.16
COUPLE TESTING ALLOWS FOR TIMELY TREATMENT
03.03.16
Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) has been hailed as an effective tool to achieve rural development. This was said by Professor Joseph Mbaiwa of Okavango Research Institute during the official opening of the CBRNM forum in Maun recently. He said CBNRM was effective in the improvement of rural livelihood as well as the promotion of conservation of natural resources. Professor Mbaiwa further said the programme has proven to be a useful tool in alleviating poverty and promoting conservation by strengthening the rural economy and empowering communities to manage resources for their long-term social, economic and ecological benefits. The adoption of CBNRM in Botswana, he said, resulted in employment creation, generation of income and provision of social services in rural areas.
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