Digital media users who are also familiar with the social media language will certainly be aware of the famous or infamous notification - “So and so has removed you….” This is a notification that users of the social media application, WatsApp – owned by Facebook usually get when the administrator of any group they belong-to decide to terminate their membership for one reason or another.
Botswana has moved a notch up the ABSA Africa Financial Markets Index, clinching the second spot just behind South Africa - the continent’s economic powerhouse.
First National Bank Botswana, not only the largest commercial bank in the country, but also the leading mass retail bank, plans to reduce its exposure to retail clients, and instead put concerted efforts towards emerging opportunities in the resurgent business sector.
The annual rate of inflation is expected to nudge higher during the month of October, largely caused by a hike in fuel prices during the past weekend.
While the Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) is excited about a new solar power project that the power utility is preparing to undertake, the same cannot be said about the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Statutory Bodies and Public Enterprise – Samson Moyo Guma.
Pasdec Automotive Technologies, the Malaysian parent of an automotive components manufacturer based in Lobatse, Botswana has been successful with a contract from Nissan South Africa (Pty) Ltd to manufacture and supply electrical wiring harness sets.
Mexican Girls were made to rue their profligacy in front of the goalposts and goalkeeping blunders as they were held to a 3 – 3 draw by BDF XI ladies.
The two teams squared off in an entertaining Kweneng Region Women Football League match played at the Gaborone West grounds this past Sunday.
Botswana Football Association (BFA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mfolo Mfolo says the association is going for the Extraordinary Annual General Assembly to discuss the contentious 2017 Audit report.
The performance doldrums haunting the football senior national team – Zebras –witnessed another crash over the past weekend when they were dismantled three nil away from home to Burkina Faso in a 2019 Afcon qualifier. The loss unequivocally shut doors for Botswana’s chances of making their second appearance at the lucrative African football showpiece scheduled for Cameroon.
Tough Competition is anticipated in the national Debswana First Division North and south leagues as former premier league teams started on a positive note giving credence that supporters must brace themselves for entertaining competition. The Debswana first division league (north and south) kicked started the league this past weekend.