BotswanaPost and Mosele Legal Services say they have entered into a partnership in which the legal services company will reach an even wider clientele through the use of post offices around the country.
The state owned parastatal will on behalf of Mosele Legal Services collect premiums where legal services outfit is not represented and assist policyholders with completion of application forms.
On the other hand, post offices will also print and envelope correspondence for communicating premium settlements and reminders to clients, as well as provide a delivery service for clients who will require distribution of documents.
“As a competitive company within the legal services provision sector, Mosele Legal Services is always looking for ways to differentiate itself from the competition, and we believe that this partnership extends our existing footprint that much wider to the general public,” said Base Sebonego, Managing Director, Mosele Legal Services.”
Sebonego added that he hoped the pilot project will succeed and be successful.
On the other hand, Head of Business Development, BotswanaPost said they are excited to sign a deal with Mosele Legal Services.
“BotswanaPost is further extending its service delivery mandate to the nation and we are looking forward to a fruitful and financially successful partnership with Mosele Legal Services” Ramatlhakwane said.
A statement says the initial take off will start with ten (10) post offices.
This is not the first time BotswanaPost has carried other organisation along. Already, the organisation, headed by Pele Moleta, had entered into bilateral agreements with a number of service providers to tap into its network advantage.
BotswanaPost distributes the Daily News on behalf of government, and facilitates payment of Old Age Pension, sale of airtime for Orange, beMobile and Mascom, collection of Mosako funeral scheme premium on behalf of Botswana Life.