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  • adj. of or pertaining to Botswana or the people of Botswana


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  • Botswana is a stable Parlimentary republic lead by a president who is both head of state and head of government as well as being commander in chief of the botswanan armed forces.

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  • Under Ian Mmusi the botswanan army reocupied the zones lost under the previous government and began to move south into zones 5,3,4 and northern zone 9.

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  • To that end he dispatched the botswanan military to the south to recover the constitiution of the government.

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  • Under Mogae's government the botswanan army was withdrawn from the southern areas to only the northern areas of the lower zones and Mogae ordered soldiers to begin searching the land surounding botswana, A move that will inevitably bring them into contact with other nation states.

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  • With power restored and farming now set up Mmusi relaxed the rationing even furthur and allowed botswanan people to have electricity for the first time in nearly 10 years.

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  • The south turned into a lawless warzone and the locals were slaughtered in thier hundreds, However a botswanan reporter snuck into the zones and wrote about the chaos in the indpendnent newspaper the Botswanan Times.

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