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E.g., 2019-04-24
24 Feb 2019

BY PORTIA NKANI

The long awaited amendment of the Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) Act is expected to be presented in Parliament in November this year, possibly to mark the beginning of an end to BMC’s beef export monopoly.

24 Feb 2019

BY VICTOR BAATWENG

Troubled local retailer – Choppies Enterprises has confirmed the departure of Robert Matthews - a director of the Company and Chairman of its Audit and Risk Committee.

Matthews is said to have tendered his resignation from both posts, with immediate effect.

24 Feb 2019

Shareholder of Botswana Stock Exchange Limited quoted - Cresta Marakanelo Limited have whole heartedly agreed to give its directors a go-ahead to acquire properties owned by Botswana Hotel Development Company (BHDC) and Letlole La Rona(LLR).

24 Feb 2019

BY KABELO SEITSHIRO

Global mining giant - De Beers achieved a 4 percent year-on-year increase in revenue to $6.1-billion in 2018, compared with $5.8-billion in 2017, the company’s latest financials shows.

24 Feb 2019

BY VICTOR BAATWENG

The central bank governor – Moses Pelaelo is expected to lead the ceremony marking the launch of the country’s first ever financial stability council this week.

24 Feb 2019

BY VICTOR BAATWENG

The stock of furniture store – FurnMart Limited, stopped trading at the Botswana Stock Exchange Limited (BSEL) this week, a capital market cautionary statement shows.

24 Feb 2019

BY CEDRIC SWANKA

A lot of effort is needed in finding alternative finance for Botswana’s infrastructure, local industry experts have said.

The experts shared notes at the Botswana Asset Owner’s forum held in the capital Gaborone this past week.

24 Feb 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

Canadian miner and Botswana Stock Exchange listed company, Lucara, says 2018 was a record year for recovery of specials, as its flagship asset Karowe mine continues to impress.

24 Feb 2019

BY BONNIE MODIAKGOTLA

The Finance and Economic Development Minister Kenneth Matambo has said that a high statutory minimum wage will lead to collapse of informal sector. At the same time, he has also described the country’s private sector as dependent on government tenders, making it static.

24 Feb 2019

Botswana is courting French companies in the aviation industry to invest in the country as part of its ambitious plans to become a regional hub, APA can reveal here Thursday.On Thursday France’s ambassador to Botswana - Pierre Voillery hosted French aviation companies and the event was attended by Botswana’s International Affairs and Cooperation, Unity Dow and Minister of Defence, Justice and S

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