Sunday, September 25, 2022

Business

BVI’s new lab costs P300 million

With the attention now turning to Africa’s capacity to produce its own vaccines, Botswana Vaccine Institute (BVI) and its peers across the continent...

BIHL bets on partnerships

Under a challenging environment in the past two years, Botswana Insurance Holdings Limited Group maintained strong market positions in the face of stiff competition...

Cobre bets on Botswana’s copper

Cobre, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed exploration growth company with prospective projects in Botswana, announced on Thursday that the country’s department of mines...

Inflation accelerates further to 14.3%

Annual inflation quickened in July to its highest level, driven by price rises for fuel, food, fuel and miscellaneous services, official data from Statistics...

Letshego expecting lower profits

Letshego Holdings Limited sounded alarms last week at the capital markets when it slashed its performance forecast for the six month interim period ended...

Investment to drive economic recovery

Government says it is continuously considering new and more flexible approaches that are necessary to open up access to a wider range of sources...

Botswana’s public debt could rise up to P56 billion

The size of the government’s debt relative to the economy or debt-to-Gross Domestic Product (GDP) ratio continues to grow, albeit still below the statutory...

Botswana-SA trade ties: What should a good pact look like?

When it comes to trade relationship between Botswana and South Africa, unfair arrangements have long been normalised in the name of Southern African Custom...

BPC tariff hike: BERA to decide

The state-owned power distributing monopoly, Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) has made yet another return to the corridors of the Botswana Energy Regulatory Authority (BERA)...

Ngwato Landboard owed over P122 million in lease arrears

The Ngwato Land Board is owed more than P122 million pula in lease arrears, Chairman of the Board David Modisagape has said. The arrears, according...