Monday, October 26, 2020

SBHL to host AGM

Sechaba Brewery Holdings Limited (SBHL) is expected to host the Annual General Meeting to transact, receive, consider and adopt the financial statements of the year ended in March 2011.

The meeting is also expected to approve the dividends by the Directors. The meeting will also be a time to approve the remuneration of the Chairman and non-executive directors. The AGM is scheduled for the CSD boardroom, Kgalagadi Breweries, Coke Plant on August 25.

Basic Labour Laws workshop
on cards
The Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs is expected to conduct a workshop on basic labour laws of Botswana. The Department of Labour and Social Security is also scheduled to educate managers and supervisors in retail and whole distributive trades. The workshop is scheduled for Gaborone on August 16 while the slot for Francistown is August 23.

Builder’s
conference and exposition to
kick start
Building Botswana Conference and Exposition 2011 is expected to be highlighted by the awards of Botswana’s numbers 1 builder competition winners. It is also a major initiative by Department of Building and Engineering Services. Exhibitors expected include materials suppliers, interior designers, equipment suppliers and landscape and outdoor works. Participants expected are construction firms, architects, banks, and quantity surveyors. It is scheduled for fairgrounds September 15-17.

IFSC career fair coming soon

Botswana International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) is expected to attract about 50 companies and about 1000 graduates at this year’s career fair. The annual fair is also expected to bring graduates and employers under one roof for the purpose of networking. This year, the fair is expected to take place at Boipuso Hall under the theme “integrating graduates into the knowledge economy”. It is scheduled for September 9.

ATN to host mapping workshop

Anti Tobacco Network ATN is expected to host a workshop which is expected to achieve and be able to identify what tobacco control policy objectives ought to be pursued in Botswana over the coming year based on what is achievable and suitable within the identified political context. ATN is also expected to identify what capacity gaps need to be addressed for effective tobacco control policy direction within Botswana. The workshop will largely be a participatory discussion and will be facilitated by local and regional tobacco control experts from the Africa Tobacco Control Consortium.

ATN’s planned workshop is scheduled for September 13-14 at the President Hotel.

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