Seretse Khama 1921-1980by Neil Parsons, Willie Henderson, and Thomas Tlou (the first president of Botswana)
Memoirs of an African Democrat by Quett Ketumile Masire and Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. (the second president of Botswana)
A marriage of inconvenience by Michael Dutfield (the first president’s marriage and related political issues)
Seretse and Ruth by Wilf and Trish Mbanga (same marriage)
When rain clouds gather by Bessie Head
Maru by Bessie Head
Far and Beyon' by Unity Dow (the first female High Court Judge)
The heavens may fall by Unity Dow (ditto)
The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Andrew McCall Smith (the first of a series of novels about the lady detective, Precious Ramotswe)
A snapshot of international schools in Gabarone, Botswana that are considered (although not necessarily chosen) by English-speaking expat parents, with the best visited and reviewed by The Good Schools Guide International.
Gaborone, (pronounced ha-bo-ro-neh with an ‘h’ that sounds like you are clearing your throat, although called the not-so-melodic “Gabz” by most ex-pats and many Batswana), is a small city of about 200,000 people and an unknown number of cattle and goats, named after the chief who donated the land.
How do I look for an overseas nursery for my child? Will it be safe? An expert from the British Diplomatic Service Families Association gives you all the answers.
If your company makes you brexit, The GSGI should be your first stop. It was, for this New York Times article.
Gaborone, despite its relatively small size, has school options for everyone…not that there are a lot of schools addressing expat needs or issues, but choices exist.