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KEABETSWE NEWEL Despite the fact that De Beers Group revenue shrunk by US1.2 billion (Over P13.9 billion) in the first half (H1) of 2020, Executive Vice-President – Diamond Trading, Paul …

May 2020 fuel imports double, against May 2019 TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO Botswana’s fuel consumption increased by almost 100 percent in May 2020 as compared to the same period last year, figures …

Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTC) continues to show resilience, recording revenues of P1.4 billion and a profit before tax of P 127 million for the reporting period ended 31 March …

In April 2020 Sefalana Group entered into an agreement to purchase 40 percent of the share capital of a Fast Moving Consumer Goods business in Australia. This Australian business, by …

Botswana Telecommunication Corporation Limited (BTC), a leading telecommunications services provider, has joined the Microsoft Partner Network as a registered value-added reseller. “As we celebrate 40 years of progress, we are …

TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO Property development firm, Time Projects Botswana, is currently in plans to add to their list of properties by purchasing property from Barloworld Equipment Botswana, this publication can reveal. …

Standard Bank Group, parent company to Stanbic Bank Botswana has changed its brand positioning and tagline across Africa and has adopt one that epitomises where it sees its role in …

GAZETTE REPORTER The Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA) was established to boost economic development by positioning Botswana as a premier investment destination and improving the country’s ease of doing business. …

Sovereign Credit Ratings Agency, Moody’s, has warned that COVID-19 will trigger a recession in Africa that will have long-lasting negative economic and social consequences across the continent. For Botswana, the …

Moody’s affirms Letshego ratings Letshego Raises R2.5bn GAZETTE REPORTER Credit Rating Agency, Moody’s, has affirmed Letshego Holdings Limited’s Credit rating and also gave a green light to the company’s plans …

  Retail giant, Choppies Enterprises Limited has recorded losses amounting to P60 million, financial statements for the six months ending December 2018 show. The loss is equivalent to a 188 …

 Shares to start trading on the BSE Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) announced that with effect from the Monday 27 July 2020, Choppies Enterprises Limited shares will resume trading on the …