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Headlines Tagged with Botswana 93 headlines found

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[Africa, Botswana] Anti-smoking group warns against British America Tobacco

Anti Tobacco Network (ATN) has condemned partnerships between BAT and key stakeholders in the wake of bribery revelations in African states... ATN said “dirty dealings” of the tobacco conglomerate in countries like Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda aimed at sabot
Mmegi (bw)
added Dec 7, 2015 16:20
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[Botswana] Seakgosing bashes ‘profiteering’ tobacco industry

NE correspondent Health Minister Dr Reverend John Seakgosing last Friday lashed out at the “profiteering” tobacco industry for continuing to jeopardize the lives of consumers of its products in the country.
Botswana Guardian (bw)
added Jun 8, 2012 14:10
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[Botswana, Namibia] Customs seize cigarette contraband

The Southern Times (New Era Corp.) (na)
added Mar 13, 2012 00:00
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[Botswana] Anti tobacco war firms up

Several researchers have proven that tobacco use and second hand smoke kill more people annually than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. This was said by Minister of Health and Wellness, Ms Dorcas Makgato at a national tobacco conference in Ga
Botswana Daily News (bw)
added Jul 13, 2017 18:05
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[Africa, Botswana] Tobacco, poverty are strange bedfellows

Anti-Tobacco Network had a conversation with the Tlhokwe family, a family of 10... This destitute squad of smokers, who epitomise desolation in its true sense of the word, can make a pyre with their cigarettes in the midst of grinding poverty.
Mmegi (bw)
added Jun 19, 2017 14:22
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[Botswana] Prisoners toyi-toyi for tobacco

Mmegi (bw)
added Mar 18, 2012 00:00
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[Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe] Three arrested for illict cigarettes

Independent Online (IOL) / The Post (za)
added Mar 18, 2012 00:00
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[Botswana] Illicit cigarette trade worsens under-age smoking

Mmegi (bw)
added Jan 10, 2012 00:00
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[Africa, Botswana] BOIMA: Smoking…Is it that cool after all?

In this article, we explore reasons why someone might pick up that first cigarette. Peer pressure – most young people will smoke because their friends or peers smoke. They may feel pressured into doing the same to be accepted as part of the group. The oth
Weekend Post (bw)
added Jun 20, 2017 10:15
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[Africa, Botswana] Molao encourages smokers to quit

The Assistant Minister of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology...said that smoking tobacco substances in public spaces, a common practice in modern society, is very harmful to human beings’ health as it affects both smokers and non-smok
Mmegi (bw)
added Jun 7, 2017 15:03
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