Increasing secondary school attendance in Botswana slashed HIV infection rates of adults, with the greatest drop among women, a study finds.

Kasane — Chobe District council chairman, Mr Mwanota Kachana, says cross border poaching remains a major concern in the district.

Gaborone — President Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama has declared the whole country drought stricken.

An estimated 2·1 million individuals are newly infected with HIV every year. Cross-sectional and longitudinal studies have reported conflicting evidence for the association between education and HIV risk, and no randomised trial has identified a causal effect for education on HIV incidence. The researchers aimed to use a policy reform in secondary schooling in Botswana to identify the causal effect of length of schooling on new HIV infection.

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe loaded five black rhinos onto a plane bound for Botswana on Wednesday, its first such exports since the 1990s, as part of conservation efforts amid an increase in poachi

Gaborone — The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) has partnered with Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) in an effort to raise awareness on issues of imports and exports.

Maun — Okavango Sub-district is not doing well in the fight against malaria.

This is despite progress made by countries and voluntary organisations in eradicating malaria epidemic.

Tsabong — The Minister of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources, Mr Kitso Mokaila and his South African counterpart, Ms Nomvula Mokonyane, on April 25, commissioned a cross border water supply proje

Conservation experts meeting in Botswana on Wednesday issued dire warnings over the booming illegal wildlife trade that threatens the survival of elephants, rhinos, tigers and other endangered spec

Mochudi — A total of 1 293 people have benefitted from the poverty eradication programme in the Kgatleng District, 702 being from Mochudi West and 591 from Mochudi East.