|Margaret Nnananyana Nasha|
October 2009 – October 2014
|Succeeded by||Gladys Kokorwe|
|Political party||Botswana Democratic Party|
Before entering parliamentary politics Nasha was a civil servant. She first entered cabinet in 1994, and in 1999 won the parliamentary seat for Gaborone Central. Nasha served previously as the Minister for Local Government, and as Minister of Presidential Affairs and Public Administration.
- Owino, Wene (21 October 2009). "Botswana elects first female Speaker". The Nation (Kenya).
- Gabathuse, Ryder; Siki Motshwari Johaness (16 February 2009). "Nasha the BDP "Iron Lady"". Mmegi.
- Molefhe, Rampholo (27 February 2009). "Trade proposals pass, Nasha wants her share". Mmegi.
- "Does finance business suffer in parley with minister not attending?". Mmegi. 21 August 2009.
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