Thursday, May 23, 2024

Botswana laws are not protecting the poor 

For several years I have been doing work as a columnist, in certain cases I have received feedback when I write about issues affecting certain sectors of government and our economy. Some of these government departments are Botswana Police and Botswana Defence Force.  

This time around, I am praying and hoping that the Minister of Investment Trade and Industry reads this article as I am about to bare the deficiencies of his ministry. The point I want to raise here is that trade laws in this country are not meant to protect the poor and the vulnerable ordinary citizens.   

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