The British High Commission in Gaborone hosted their Chevening alumni to reflect on their achievements so far, as the council prepares to send the 2017 team to school. Most Chevening beneficiaries declared that they doing incredibly well and are contributing immensely to Botswana’s development. Some of the beneficiaries in attendance included MP Bogolo Kenenwendo and Nayang Association’s Kagiso Madibana. The 2017 Chevening scholarship recipient Wetsho Mosokwe said her interests are in research and academia and wants to collaborate with other young Batswana who share his ambition. Tshidi Bale - another 2017 recipient – declared how proud she was to have been awarded the scholarship. “I feel a great sense of responsibility to let other young people know that organisations like Chevening are accessible to anyone who wishes to take a leap of faith and put in honest hard work,” she said.