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from Le Monde diplomatique (English edition), September 2000. ^ "Gaddafi calls for United States of Africa, one army". Mmegi Online. 16 December 2010. Retrieved 13 September 2012.
Med daglige nyheter, temasider på Hiv-aids, media, handel og olje, materiell og prosjekt info. . Se også Africa News Update. . Av Fellesrådet for Afrika. . Botswana GazetteOnline edition of the print weekly newspaper founded in 1985.
Two independent weekly newspapers are available on line. The latest issue of The Botswana Gazette, a mid-week newspaper, is available as The Botswana Gazette Internet Edition. It also has links to main African press and overseas.
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Mmegi is now by far the most decorated newspaper in Botswana in terms of the number of awards it has received.
In the interest of clarity, Government wishes to reassure the public that, contrary to what was reported in this week’s edition of the Monitor (3/12/12) newspaper.
Asian Times Online. The Irish News Online. This site is the property of world-wide-newspapers.com. All rights reserved. Links to third party sites are the individual responsibility of their respective owners and we accept no liability.
(Algeria) Djazair Online. (Armenia) Armenian Weekly Online. (Botswana) Mmegi Online (Brazil) Diario Online. (Czech Republic) the Prague Post Online. (Germany) Express Online. (United Arab Emirates) Al Ittihad Arabic Newspaper
His incisive analyses on topical issues with moral and/or ethical dilemmas are often published in the national daily newspaper, Mmegi, where he was a staff writer until 2003 when he became a corporate communications manager.
paper. Editorial meetings will be online. Initial circulation is. Associated Newspapers owns the Metro titles in. 3.2 million (6% of total newspaper revenues), for local. is one other daily in Botswana: Mmegi, published in the
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