Botswana’s justice system is subverting the will of the people and underpinning authoritarian presidency, a recent study by Afrobarometer has revealed.
Technological advancement in the financial world, over the last two decades, has significantly increased competition among stock exchanges globally and this competition has pressured many exchanges to adopt business models, which have greatly improved their efficiencies and effectiveness.
Sechaba Brewery Holdings is set to reduce its stake in its money spinning subsidiary in a proposed share repurchase.
Botswana’s premium brewer, Sechaba is expecting nothing but a rock bottom profits for its half year business financials for the period ended 30th June 2018.
On Friday, the brewer announced to its shareholders that the profit after tax for the period ended 30 June 2018 will be lower than that of the comparative previous period.
The Minister of Transport and Communications, Kitso Mokaila has admitted that poor coordination between government and Francistown City Council (FCC) in the planning of road infrastructure in Francistown failed to address the ever increasing congestion in the city.
The situation is made worse by the second city’s overwhelmed Bus Rank which encompasses taxis, combis and buses.
The improvement of the macroeconomics environment is expected to boost the recovery of the information communications technology sector expenditure both from the government and the business side.
The June 2018 Consumer Price Index have shown that communication index group moved from 101.4 to 92.0, registering a drop of 9.2 percent between May and June.
Barclays Bank of Botswana is committed to introducing new solutions and platforms to add value to its consumers. With the launch of Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC), foreign travelers will be able to pay for goods and services at Merchant outlets in Botswana with their Visa or MasterCard in their home currency.
Botswana’s has recorded another trade surplus during the second quarter as demand for diamonds remains strong. This information is contained in the latest International Merchandise Trade Statistics for May released by Statistics Botswana.
The embrace of personalized goods in attire is taking a variety of forms. This is an experiment in the idea of mass customization, in which clothes are made for an individual’s preferences or sizes.
It is a departure from the model of selling standardized, mass-produced goods that has dominated retailing for more than a century.
With growing competition and diminishing voice revenues, Botswana’s telecom firms could increasingly turn to the data market segment to stay competitive and profitable. The trend has been set globally and seems to be slowly but surely catching up with the local telecoms industry.