The telecommunications regulator, Botswana Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) will this week once again find itself in court to defend its decision to refuse issuing a joint venture company owned by the Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) and Liquid Telecom with a telecommunication and system license.
Stanbic Bank Botswana launched a new current account dubbed ‘Achiever Banking’ inside which it embedded a retrenchment insurance benefit being the first of its kind in the local market.
The country’s telecommunications sector regulator, Botswana Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) this week made its way back into the court following an urgent application in which Multi Choice Botswana (MCB) seeks to stop BOCRA from forcefully demanding for its annual tariffs.
Botswana still imports most of its fresh milk from South Africa, the ministry responsible for food security has said.
Chief Public Relations Officer at the Ministry of Agriculture, Development and Food Security Geoffrey Pheko said in an interview that limited land for dairy farming has been identified amongst the challenges that prospective dairy farmers are facing.
Thomas Piketty, a French economist, in his 2014 book, Capital in the 21st Century, says that inequality is increasing again as old wealth accumulated over the years yields higher returns than the overall rate of economic growth.
The Board of Directors of Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) is unshaken about allegations of sexual harrasssement leveled against the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Racious Moatshe.
Moatshe is expected to kick-start his new role at LEA after unceremoniously partying way with his former employer - Business Botswana.
The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) has suggested the Competition Authority as alternative independent organisation to investigate whether there is unfair competition in allowing RB2 to operate as a commercial wing.
It is just a matter of time before the country’s leading hospitality group, Cresta Marakanelo names its new Managing Director (MD). The name cropping up is that of Mokwena Morulane, who is expected to kick-start his new role beginning of October 2017.
Debswana Diamond Company and the Botswana International University of Science and Technology (BIUST) have partnered to strengthen their core missions of working together on future skills development and technology and innovation development.
Subsequent to the departure of atleast five of its executive directors, the First National Bank Botswana (FNBB), seem to be taking shape following a decision to quickly replace them.
Information reaching this publication shows that it is just a matter of time before the FNBB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steven Bogatsu announces Lolo Molosi as the bank’s treasurer.
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