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Headline News (Print)

WINs 15 June 2020

Today's leading stories from Botswana

By Taazima Kala-Essack

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Echo 15.6.2020
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ECHO

LEAD STORY/S

EU experts see some risk of return to lockdown in COVID-19 second wave

Ugandans melt plastic waste into Coronavirus face shields

COVID-19 case accelerating in Africa

GENERAL

New Lesotho PM Majoro to focus on stability after scandal

Ethiopia moves children from streets to slow coronavirus

Ivory Coast to reduce fees paid by domestic cocoa exporters

COVID-19 recovery is a chance to improve the African food system

Decolonising Peace Journalism – And putting it to work in East Africa

Doing Business in Africa – The rise of E-Commerce

Botswana Post expands channels through smart partnership channels

De Beers research shows consumers will seek meaningful gifts enduring value after lockdown

Climate change, biodiversity loss and other global ills share root causes

ART, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT

Africa’s deserted safaris leave mounting toll

SPORTS

Botswana to the aid of ex-Zebra defender Ramohibidu

U.S. Soccer Says It Will Allow Protests During Anthem

Tunisia’a spirit key to World Cup hopes

African Legends embrace #19KickupsAgainstCovid19 in support of Stay Safe Africa campaign

Soccer-A decade on, South Africa insists World Cup worth investment

The Monitor 15.6.2020
The Monitor 15.6.2020Source: The Monitor

THE MONITOR

LEAD STORY/S

Galaxy declared Premiership Champions

MOHW suspends three NHL officers

Frustration sets in surprise zonal lockdown

Sex, drugs plague Letlhakane

WAN-IFRA condemns US violence

US Albinism Awareness Day commemorated

Hotels, Govt at loggerheads over quarantine payments

BLLAHWU to sue Govt for ‘breach’ of agreement

China Jiangsu loses once again

GENERAL

Kweneng region hurriedly recruits for COVID-19

Missing DBES employee found dead

Lobatse Police dismiss five women arrest rumours

Batswana consort with illegal immigrants despite threats

Okavango flood bet raises P51,000 for charity

Drinking from “home” recipe for date rape

BUSINESS

Lockdown delays BTCL’s financials

Tour passion births Amoeba Chemicals

Stanbic, Ngwana Africa complete pitch

BotswanaPost partners Choppies

StanChart ramps up tech banking with Wallet-To-Bank

Avani bolsters measures against COVID-19

ARTS, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT

Okavango Craft Breweries aims higher

Miss Independence Kgatleng donates

SPORTS

Sport unable to attract pros

BDF Club: ping pong’s new dominant force

Van Dijk to become Reds’ highest earner?

Ghanaian ex-pro: Rashford my son

MoBE clear off P5.5m teachers’ debt

Reinstated FDN committee holds no grudges

Bontshetse to join Sebego team?

EPL star banned for COVID-19 joke

Arsenal “line-up” replacement for Auba

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