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Emerging Economies, But Weaker Passports

Emerging Economies, But Weaker Passports

Meet the women challenging stereotypes deep in the bush in Botswana’s tourism capital Maun, filling roles conventionally held by men. For 10 years, until 2018, Botswana had no First Lady, as President Ian Khama was unmarried. Botswana’s first First Lady, Ruth Williams Khama, the wife of Botswana’s first president Sir …

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Seychelles Has Most Passport Power In Africa

Seychelles Has Most Passport Power In Africa

Meet the women challenging stereotypes deep in the bush in Botswana’s tourism capital Maun, filling roles conventionally held by men. For 10 years, until 2018, Botswana had no First Lady, as President Ian Khama was unmarried. Botswana’s first First Lady, Ruth Williams Khama, the wife of Botswana’s first president Sir …

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Botswana plans to recognize traditional medicines

视频播放位置 下载安装Flash播放器 GABORONE, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) — Botswana is considering enacting legal instruments aimed at regulating traditional health practice for traditional medicines to be recognized and earn their rightful place alongside modern medicine. This follows the realization that integrative medicine is growing as alternative forms of medicine including the traditional …

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20 Best Places to Go in 2020

20 Best Places to Go in 2020

Littered with fossils and Stone Age artifacts, Botswana’s Makgadikgadi salt pans are the remains of an ancient super-lake—a salt-encrusted expanse covering more than 6,200 square miles of the Kalahari Desert. Fifth-generation safari operator and naturalist Ralph Bousfield put the harsh yet hypnotically beautiful pans on the safari map 25 years …

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Botswana: Letlhakane Maternity Wing Project Starts

Botswana: Letlhakane Maternity Wing Project Starts

<p class="story-body-text” data-para-word-count=”22″>Letlhakane — Assistant Minister of Health and Wellness, Mr Sethomo Lelatisitswe, has acknowledged the need for increased and improved health care services country wide. <p class="story-body-text” data-para-word-count=”51″>Officiating at a ground breaking ceremony for construction of a maternity wing at Letlhakane Primary Hospital on October 17, Mr Lelatisitswe said …

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