Tshireletso Motlogelwa

Formerly ace investigative reporter at Mmegi, now editor of the Business Weekly and Review in Gaborone, Botswana, Tshireletso Motlogelwa often feels compelled to shake up Botswana’s stereotypical image of a friendly country full of ‘noble primitive’ ‘Bushmen’ and with one rather amazing lady detective as first citizen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_No._1_Ladies%27_Detective_Agency. That, however, is not the Botswana Motlogelwa lives in as he investigates diamond murders, secret service harassment of critical citizens, a massive military and armaments stockpile, a web of arms deal millionnaires and a totally opaque presidential dynasty.

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    CHAPTER 1: THE LAST RESOURCE, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO | DISEASE AND REPETITIVE ABORTIONS

    CHAPTER 2: THE LAST RESOURCE, KENYA | Fighting for daily life

    CHAPTER 3: THE LAST RESOURCE, LIBERIA |Surviving amid predators and hunger

    CHAPTER 4: THE LAST RESOURCE, MALI | Exposed to evil

    CHAPTER 6: THE LAST RESOURCE, SOUTH AFRICA | Apartheid and the useless men in our lives

    CHAPTER 7: THE LAST RESOURCE, UGANDA | A very public secret

    CHAPTER 8: THE LAST RESOURCE, ZIMBABWE | After dark

    CONCLUSION