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Encyclopedia > President of Botswana
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List of Heads of State of Botswana

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Tenure Incumbent Affiliation Notes
Republic of Botswana
30 September 1966 to 13 July 1980 Sir Seretse Khama, KBE, President BDP Died in office
13 July 1980 to 18 July 1980 Dr Quett Ketumile Joni Masire, acting President BDP  
18 July 1980 to 1991 Dr Quett Ketumile Joni Masire, President Inaugurated 10 October 1989
1991 to 31 March 1998 Sir Quett Ketumile Joni Masire, GCMG, President Re-elected 17 October 1994
1 April 1998 to present Festus Gontebanye Mogae, President BDP  




Affiliations:-


BDP Botswana Democratic Party conservative, ethnic Bamangwato
BNF Botswana National Front social-democratic
BPP Botswana People’s Party centrist
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Sources

  • http://www.rulers.org/rulb1.html#botswana
  • African States and Rulers, John Stewart, McFarland
  • Guinness Book of Kings, Rulers & Statesmen, Clive Carpenter, Guinness Superlatives Ltd
  • Heads of State and Government, 2nd Edition, John V da Graca, MacMillan Press 2000
  • Whitaker's Almanack 1979 to 2004, J. Whitaker and Sons Ltd/A&C Black, London

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President Kabbah recalled an earlier discussion with the President of Botswana when he enquired about how they have been so successful in managing their diamond deposits, and his response was that Botswana has Kimberlite mining, which is easier to police than the alluvial mining in Sierra Leone.
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