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The return of Autlwetse

RAISING HIS HAND: Autlwetse

Having risen through the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) ranks at a young age, Thabo Autlwetse’s promising political career was dealt a body blow in 2017.

Along with eight other turks, Autlwetse received a two-year suspension by the then President Ian Khama for bringing the party into disrepute.

He resigned immediately to join opposition Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD), in what proved to be a fleeting relationship.

Within a year, with Khama no longer at the helm, Autlwetse retraced his steps back to the ruling party.

Now settled and looking forward with renewed vigour, the Se...

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