Too Soon: A Poetry by Kevin Isaac

The melody of your voice still waltzes outside my door, and the dance of your smile still touches and soothes my ears.

Botswana Prison Service recognizes top engineering graduate at BIUST 2023 graduation

Botswana: Botswana Prison Service is proud to have been part of the Botswana International University of Science and Technology’s 8th Graduation Ceremony, Class of...

Botswana Minister Tumiso Rakgare urges Private Sector to boost Sports Development

Botswana: The Minister of Youth, Gender, Sport and Culture, Tumiso Rakgare, has called on private companies to support sports development through their Community Social Responsibility (CSR) policies. The Minister made the call during Liberty Life Botswana's 15 Years of business, adding that prioritizing and partnering with sports will amplify development opportunities for Batswana.

So Long: A Poetry by Kevin Isaac

I know you’re gone But I still hear your laughter ringing off the walls. I feel you intently as your fresh, hearty giggles stop by for a light breakfast. I still remember the lyrical softness of French music playing in the background as its rhythms dance tenderly with warm images of you on my mind.

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State Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan meets Mauritius Minister Ganoo

Mauritius: The State Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan, Kenji Yamada, paid a courtesy call to the Minister of Land Transport and Light Rail, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration, and International Trade, Alan Ganoo, this morning at the seat of his Ministry in Port-Louis.

National awareness workshop focuses on maritime security

Mauritius: A three-day national awareness workshop focusing on maritime security, organised by the Ministry of Blue Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping, in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization, under the Port Security and Safety for Navigation Project for Eastern and Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean, opened this morning at the Hennessy Park Hotel, in Ebène.

Japan donates Yamaha High Speedboats 1202 to Mauritius National Coast Guard

Mauritius: Mauritius government held a ceremony between two Yamaha High Speedboats 1202 to the National Coast Guard (NCG) this morning at Marina Quay in Port Louis. The Prime Minister, Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, expressed his gratitude to the Japanese Government for its much-valued and appreciated support to Mauritius and his wish that the long-standing relationship and cooperation between the two island nations would be further heightened.

Mauritius Foreign Affairs Minister participates in IOC Council of Ministers meeting

Mauritius: The Minister of Land Transport and Light Rail, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade, Mr Alan Ganoo, participated yesterday, in the Extraordinary meeting of the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) Council of Ministers, at the Newton Tower, in Port-Louis.