List of Presbyterian Prisons in Botswana

List of Presbyterian Prisons in Botswana

What is Presbyterian Prisons?

List of Presbyterian Prisons in Botswana

Kanye Prison (Kanye)

Letlhakane Prison (Letlhakane)

Lobatse Prison (Lobatse)

Machaneng Prison (Machaneng)

Mahalapye Prison (Mahalapye)

Mochudi Prison (Mochudi)

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there death penalty in Botswana?

Capital punishment in Botswana is a legal penalty, and is usually applied for murder under aggravated circumstances. Executions are carried out by hanging. There is on average one execution per year, and the execution usually takes place some years after the trial.

What is the difference between Category A and B prisons?

Security conditions in category A prisons are designed to make escape impossible for these prisoners. Category B – Category B prisoners do not need to be held in the highest security conditions but, for category B prisoners, the potential for escape should be made very difficult.

Is Botswana a rich or poor country?

Significant mineral (diamond) wealth, good governance, prudent economic management, and a relatively small population of about 2.4 million (2021), have made it an upper middle-income country with an agenda of becoming a high-income country by 2036.

Where is the best place to live in Botswana?

Many expats moving to Botswana settle in the towns or cities of Maun, Francistown and Gaborone. These are far and away the more expensive choice, though do provide much better access to transport, work, schools and amenities. Popular suburbs in Gaborone include Broadhurst and Phakalane.

Are Botswana friendly?

People from Botswana, known as Batswana, are friendly and helpful. They are proud of their country and culture. Some seemingly small parts of communication are important to the culture, for example, greeting, respecting the elderly and making eye contact (too little eye contact is viewed with suspicion)