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17 Dec 2018

BY PORTIA NKANI

In short, BTCL stock price at Botswana Stock Exchange Limited (BSEL) during 2018 pummeled on two fronts: poor operating environment and fearful investors.

17 Dec 2018

By Victor Baatweng

On Monday this week we were privileged to be part of the audience that listened to the Chief Executive Officer of Botswana Railways – Leon Makwinja at the Business Botswana/BITC investor’s breakfast in the capital - Gaborone.

17 Dec 2018

BY KABELO SEITSHIRO

The government investment arm - Botswana Development Corporation (BDC) has, after the liquidation of one of its subsidiaries - Fengyue Glass Company been able to retain 100 hectares of land where a manufacturing plant was to operate from in Palapye.   

17 Dec 2018

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

Botswana’s banking sector is in for another bumper year of profits as indications from Bank of Botswana point to strong growth that stretched up to the third quarter of the year. The growth figures are reflected in the central bank’s latest October financial statistics.

17 Dec 2018

BY BOTLHALE KOOTHUPILE

When Botswana Football Association (BFA) delegates voted in Maclean Letshwiti to take over as the association president back in August 2016, there was a lot of hope that he would bring stability to the politically torn association.

17 Dec 2018

BY PATIENCE LEPHOGOLE

In today’s demanding world of high performance sports, an emphasis is often placed on medals and winning above all else.

17 Dec 2018

BY BOTLHALE KOOTHUPILE

Football politics and Zebras failures aside, the past two months have been very kind to Botswana Football Association (BFA) president Maclean Letshwiti.

17 Dec 2018

BY ANITA RANNOBA

High and unaffordable affiliation fees have forced erstwhile International Ryushin- Kan Karate Do Botswana to switch international allegiances from Ryushin-Kan International Karate Do Africa (RIKA) to NIHON Karate do KENWA KAI INT’L.

17 Dec 2018

BY ORATILE OTSETSWE

The allure of fame and a chance to eke out a living out of professional boxing is proving too much for local amateurs, both retired and active.

17 Dec 2018

BY DUNCAN KGANGKENNA

The move to professionalise sport as an avenue of helping government in creating employment is said to be going in the right direction.

These sentiments were shared by the former Minister of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development, Thapelo Olopeng answering a question in parliament.

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