Tshwaragano ya lefatshe la Botswana le la India
Mothusa tona wa tsa madi le ditogamaano tsa ditlhabololo
Letshwao la Botswana le tshwanetse go sekwa-sekwa go
LOBATSE - Banni ba Goodhope le tikologo ba akgoletswe go dira maiteko mo go tshwaraganeng le puso go lwantsha makoa a a tshwanang bolwetsi jwa sukiri le madi a matona.
Pego ya seemo sa se tš haba ka Motlotlegi Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama, Tautona wa lefatshe la Botswana , mo pulong ya setlha sa botlhano sa palamente ya boferabongwe.1. Motsamaisa dipuisa no tsa palamente, ke lebogela sebaka se o se mphileng se, go itsise kokoano e e tlotlegang e, ka tshekatsheko ya diphitlhelelo tsa setšhaba sa rona ga mmogo le dikgwetlho, mo pegong ya me ya ntlha ka seemo sa setšhaba, e bile e le ya bofelo pele ga ditlhopho tsa rona tsa se tš haba. 2. Le fa go ntse jalo, re tshwanetse go itse gore, go diragatsa ditlhokego tsa se tš haba, ga go a tshwanela go lejwa mo ditirong tsa puso fela e le nosi. Bokgoni jwa go gatela pele
The Botswana Export Development And Investment Authority (BEDIA) has been able to attract capital investment of about P539 million as opposed to P500 million which they set as a target.
Third race was well organized and was happy with the seriousness displayed by the individual clubs, and the large turnout by the clubs.
1) SADC PRESS RELEASE ON SWINE FLU
The SADC Ministers responsible for Health note the recent reports of Swine Flu
(H1N1) outbreaks in Mexico, United States of America and Canada among others.
As SADC Ministers of Health we are concerned by the increase in the number of
cases, deaths and the unusual age group affected (healthy young adults). In
light of the above, we the SADC Ministers of Health advise as follows:
Unless necessary, all travelers are advised to avoid or postpone travel to
affected areas. In the event of traveling to the affected areas travelers
should visit their nearest health facility for advice on precautionary
measures to be taken. Recent travelers to the affected countries should be on
the alert for Flu-like symptoms such as fever, muscle aches, nausea, coughing,
fatigue, and general feeling of un-wellness, and visit the nearest health
facility for immediate attention when such symptoms develop.
We are working closely with the World Health Organization (WHO) and our
surveillance systems are on high alert. We will continuously monitor the
situation and use existing National and Regional Policies and Guidelines for
the prevention and control of any outbreak in line with the SADC Highly
Pathogenic Avian and Pandemic Human Influenza Preparedness and Response Plan.
As SADC Ministers, we wish to inform the public that all countries within the
Region have Epidemic Preparedness and Response Plans and Teams in place.
There is no effective vaccine to prevent Swine Flu. However, it is treatable,
and a Technical Team is in place to facilitate the availability of treatment
in all SADC Countries.
As the SADC region we remain vigilant and committed to prevent and address any
potential outbreak in the region.
SADC MINISTERS RESPONSIBLE FOR HEALTH
28 APRIL 2009