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Lack of common sense driving is the cause of accidents - Molefhi

Acting Minister of Transport and Communications Nonofo Molefhi blamed the loss of lives at the railroads on lack of common sense on the part of careless motorists.
Molefhi was responding to a question posed by the Member of Parliament for Gaborone North Haskins Nkaigwa, who had asked the Minister if he is aware that Ledumang rail cross road in Gaborone does not have a boom gate hence lives have been lost due to this anomaly; if so, and to establish if there are any plans to construct the boom gate.
"The background of the matter is that the Ledumang Rail-Road level crossing was constructed as a temporary level crossing during the construction of the road over Rail Bridge at the then Taung level crossing," said Molefhi.

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Local Government critical for development

Local Government is a critical component of the implementation process because it involves service delivery giving a direct link to those being served.

This was said by the President Lieutenant General Seretse Khama Ian Khama Tuesday at the official opening of the commonwealth local government conference held at Gaborone International Convention Centre(GICC).

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BOPEU defends policy of non-alignment

Andrew MotsamaiThe President of the Botswana Public Employees Union(BOPEU) Andrew MotsamaiThe President of the Botswana Public Employees Union(BOPEU) Andrew Motsamai has revealed that the biggest lesson from COSATU and South Africa is that the practice of trade unions supporting particular political parties has never benefited workers.

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