WINs 18 June 2020

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WINs 18 June 2020
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BOTSWANA GUARDIAN

LEAD STORY/S

Covid-19 exposes Botswana’s weak economic structures

Salbany, Magosi fallout

GENERAL

Group Life Healthcare hacking affects GPH

BMD Youth ready to emulate Black Lives Matter movement

Only four active COVID-19 cases in Botswana

Botswana’s economy post Covid-19

Africa will be first to benefit from China’s Covid-19 vaccine - Jing Ping

Africa’s jurists condemn Malawian Govt’s interference in the Judiciary

Growing defilement cases a concern

WHO welcomes preliminary results about dexamethasone use in treating critically ill Covid-19 patients

Four ways African governments can bridge digital skills gap

Formation of Progressive Opposition Parties Association (POPA) for the Africa we want

Covid-19 threatens to ruin a record year for Africa’s hotel developers

29 African states appeal to Russia in fight against Covid-19

Why history will judge Burundi’s Pierre Nkuruziza harshly

BUSINESS

Covid-19 affects consumer inflation data collection – SB

Botswana Diamonds issues new ordinary shares

MPC decides on lending rate

Fuel prices slashed

Engen pays special dividend

EFF advises SA

SA raises

AfDB funds Zim

Zambia request

Europe bailouts

EU plan

Portugal approves

Brazil ‘exits’

Britain negotiates

NDB introduces P50m agric stimulus package

Selibe Phikwe loses big as Covid-19 cancels 2020 Desert Race edition

Tlou Energy seeks to raise more cash

Absa top executives get handsome pay

BSEL crafts post demutualisation rules

Makepe joins Afinitas board

Trailbrazing woman MD breaks the ceiling

BDC credit slices to negative in latest Moody’s ratings

Seed Co anticipates profit surge

Central Banks mull support for Africa debt swap, envoy says

22,000 Edcon employees get retrenchment notices

Discovery makes R3.3bn provision for Covid-19 fallout

BHP gets the nod to destroy indigenous heritage sites in Australia

Orange eyes Nigeria, South Africa as possible new markets

ARTS, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT

Fashion business reeling from Covid-19 tremors

Theatre mourns Nature

In honour of the Swaneng Girls of 1976

People’s Choice Awards on the cards

Mr Speaker inspires comedy

6th International Day of Yoga – Celebrating holistic health

Avani shields customers from Covid-19

Cultural Heritage for sustainable development – Book Review

SPORTS

Bayern Munich continues dominance over Bundesliga by winning 8th title in a row

Lewis Hamilton favoured in 2020

Modise exports sporting talent

All league teams endorsed for relief fund

Amos races for charity

No bidding war for Nare

Serena Williams confirms intention to play US open

From dust to bright lights

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