Botswana's the official co-host at Germany's ITB tourism trade fair in Berlin. How has it found peace and prosperity unlike others on the continent?
Beyond diamonds: 10 things you didn't know about Botswana, Africa's gem of a country - or do, but are worth repeating
Gaborone was built from scratch starting in 1964, when the capital of Bechuanaland was moved from Mafeking (in present day South Africa) to Gaborone.
From China with no love: As shoppers cut demand for diamonds, these African countries could be in for some real pain
What started as a slowdown in construction and industrial production is now hitting Chinese consumers, and luxury products are especially vulnerable.
President Ian Khama says country will have to tap its sizeable foreign reserves of 88.1 billion pula ($8.55 billion) to counter a slowing economy.
For some governments in Africa today, water is becoming the biggest issue in dealings with neighbours.
Contrarian, arrogant, and a loner—Botswana’s Khama is finally thrust into the spotlight. It could get uncomfortable
As new SADC chair, he would be forgiven for blinking furiously as he tries to adjust—he has never played any major role internationally.
Central banks in South Africa, Ghana, Angola, Kenya and Uganda have raised interest rates this year to ease pressure on their currencies.
Standard & Poor's ratings agency has downgraded the sovereign ratings of oil exporters, while Kenya and Ghana are cushioned by their "humility"
In 2014 Botswana had best returns on investment in the world, and looks good for 2015. Africa has to worry about the "stinking" of the neighbourhood.