Officially, the Executive Committee of the Gaborone City Council took a decision to reserve a minimum of 30 percent of its outdoor advertising space to “verified marginalised groups.” Resultantly, three companies - Master Carpentry & Joinery, Jun Bud Holdings and Goleba Out Door – were the only ones that benefitted from that special dispensation from the entirety of individual entities with
The case in which creditors of liquidated Capital Management Botswana (CMB) are demanding compensation has branched off into a new twist.
Its former directors are now fighting with attorney for the CMB liquidator Peter Collins over who will receive about P20 million expected from one of its debtors.
A final report by former statutory manager of Capital Management Botswana (CMB) Peter Collins marked ‘confidential’ details how the company’s directors Rapula Okaile and Tim Marsland siphoned millions of Pula from pensioners’ money to finance their personal assets.
BY EDGAR TSIMANE
With an earthquake monitoring station capable of detecting nuclear explosions occurring as far as North Korea in place, scientists are now planning Botswana’s first seismological centre.
If you want to reach for easy, mentally-untaxing answers, it is very easy to appreciate President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s anti-corruption crusade in terms of a scores-settling campaign. The facts reveal something else.
BY MOSIDI MOKAEYA
Chairman of Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Botswana Mboki Chilisa has said the level of freedom in any society is an indicator of the health of its press and democracy.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
One after another, the Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer of the pan-African lender – Letshego Holdings have followed each other, not on Twitter, but rather in a sudden physical exit of the Gaborone head-quartered company.
BY CALISTUS BOSALETSWE
The water utility cooperation has questioned the quality of what it calls “mushrooming bottled water” in local the market.
The corporation also argues that its tap water is of better quality compared to some of the bottled water sold in local retail stores.
BY ARNOLD LETSHOLO
The Department of Waste Management and Pollution Control (DWMPC) has taken an exemplary move of water conservation by introducing rainwater harvesting initiative at its head office in Gaborone, Block three industrial.
BY VICTOR BAATWENG
The founder of telecommunications operator -Mascom Wireless, Strive Masiyiwa could return as a major player in Botswana’s telecommunications sector. This follows reports that he could buy 44 percent stake belonging to South African teleco giant – MTN Group Ltd.