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Decline in oil prices cost Engen P6m Slate receivables decline by P48m Company struggling with cash flow KEABETSWE NEWEL Engen Botswana Limited is likely to have liquidity challenges, should government …

It seems the round robin at Choppies finally has Ram in the middle where institutional investors in the troubled supermarket chain want him. But as the determined investors pinned the …

But Motswedi warns that pre-Christmas is a time for caution GAZETTE REPORTER Demand for Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited’s (BTC) shares is slowly picking up, especially in the last few weeks, …

Inflation to rise to 3.7 percent High food prices to hit Batswana Fuel prices also seen rising Budget deficit widens KEABETSWE NEWEL Uncontrollably rising food prices and skyrocketing transport costs …

Installs him back as CEO Board ignores fraud allegations against Ram KEABETSWE NEWEL The new board of directors at Choppies Enterprises Limited, appointed at the recommendation of Ramachandran Ottapathu, has …

P1.1 billion made from transactional charges Bank hikes service fees Makes money from swiping charges More non-interest services in the offing Non-interest charges unregulated KEABETSWE NEWEL The behemoth commercial banking …

… splash almost P1m KEABETSWE NEWEL The Managing Director (MD) of Sefalana Holdings Limited Chandra Chauhan and his Finance Director (FD) Mohammed Osman have splashed P 977 461.10 combined, personally …

BURS ordered to return the P3.9m The ruling will affect the entire banking sector JONATHAN HORE The Court of Appeal has ordered Botswana Unified Revenue Service (BURS) to return to …

Sign contracts with Panda farmers to export beans to Asia 20 000 tonnes of mung beans exported annually BAMB also exports sorghum Over P140m made from export revenue CEDA/BAMB partner …

… inside the fallout between Ram and Desai Desai says Ram avoids damning allegations and instead attacks him personally Ram accuses Desai of conflict of interest KEABETSWE NEWEL A war …

The aim is to get a fair deal for Batswana in the lucrative energy sector where P60 million accrues exclusively to international oil companies per month as fees for importing …

Letshego well capitalized and profitable Successfully developing broader African financial services operations are becoming critical Negative pressure could be exerted if authorities impose restrictions on deductions at source. Letshego raises …