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President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama has set a three-year target for all poverty eradication projects to be completed. He said this when addressing a kgotla meeting at Bonewamang ward in Molepolole last week.  He said government had set this target upon realisation that a lot of projects were delayed.  President Khama, however, ascertained that  government had set aside  funds  for all these projects. He also assured beneficiaries that his office will make sure that all applicants were assisted.  Meanwhile, Kgosi Samy Mothutsane of Bonewamang ward, pleaded with government to introduce pay slips for Headmen of Arbitration as they could not get access to financial lending institutions without them
Independence celebration preparations on track
 The Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture, Mr Thapelo Olopeng says efficiency in service delivery is of paramount importance.
Officiating at a strategic planning retreat for his ministry’s management yesterday in Francistown, Mr Olopeng said they have to engage and apply transformational thinking to create value for customers. Mr Olopeng also said they should do away with bureaucracy and red tape and focus on customer needs. “Let us stop lamenting and finding excuses for non-performance, but ensure that we deliver our services heartily,” he said.
Minister of Transport and Communications, Honourable Tshenolo Mabeo, launches the BTCL Initial Public Offering (IPO). http://bit.ly/1Yrmcnt
Minister of Presidential Affairs and Public Administration, Mr Eric Molale has assured Parliament that investigations into Matsha accident that left seven students dead on Friday November 13 will leave no stone unturned. In his statement to Parliament yesterday on the accident he said “the policy of government is to transport students in buses,” adding “this investigation will include why a truck was used in this instance”. Mr Molale regretted that he could not provide more details of the accident at this stage as investigations were still on going.
The only expense that Batswana will incur as a result of digital migration is purchase of the signal receiving equipment, deputy permanent secretary responsible for information and broadcasting services departments in the Ministry for Presidential Affairs and Public Administration, Mr Mogomotsi Kaboeamodimo has said.
President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama was among thousands that thronged the National Stadium on Saturday (April 25) to relish yet another edition of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) Day. Although the activities of the day have not changed much over the years, the day has remained the most popular in the country’s calendar of events, attracting thousands of enthusiasts across the age and social divide.
The reduction of crime rate confirms that Botswana Police Service is delivering an effective law enforcement service. The Minister of Defence, Justice and Security, Mr Shaw Kgathi said this during the pass out parade of police recruits at Botswana Police College on Tuesday (March 31). He said the police service had displayed unmatched commitment to purpose and professionalism in service delivery. He stated that the determination had resulted in the effective delivery of law enforcement services.
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