Saturday, October 31, 2020

Business

Batswana need mandatory savings law

Stanbic Investment Management Services (SIMS) said Friday there is a need for a sea-change in the labour laws aimed at encouraging retirement savings for...

Kimberly Process goes for evaluation tomorrow

The Kimberly Process, the UN-sponsored diamond certification process, will be meeting here this week to try to evaluate its performance at the height of...

Sefalana Holdings approves share split

Sefalana Holdings, the milling and wholesale company is on the verge of a share split given the thanks of ...

Pension fund members to climb property ladder

Property prices are set for a spike next year as government is planning to review the pension fund Act to ensure that plan holders...

Pension industry urged to support private equity funds establishment

The pension fund industry has been urged to invest in private equity funds in an attempt to stimulate growth, citizen empowerment and to diversify...

BoB at logger-heads with pension funds

Last week, the Bank of Botswana came under a furious attack from the pension industry which accused it of methods tantamount to encouraging capital...

Farmers urged to market products as a unit

The Director of Agricultural Research, Dr Maphanyane, has urged farmers to stop individual marketing and market their agricultural products as a group. She also...

Furnmart beats market expectations

Furnmart, the furniture listed company, beat analysts expectation with its full year results with a 34 percent net income growth amid concerns that its...

MRI sweeps Makgalemele out of the boardroom

MRI, the medical and emergency services on the stock exchange, dumped its embattled chief executive officer, Phillip Makgalemele, in a desperate move aimed at...

Barclays calls special AGM on share split

Barclays Bank of Botswana, the giant retail bank in the country, is to call a special AGM in the next four weeks where it...