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  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 …

The Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) listed mobile phone giant, Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTC), has introduced a visa debit card to its revamped mobile money wallet, SMEGA, offering consumers a …

As foreign reserves decline by P6.2billion TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO After Botswana’s foreign reserves declined by a staggering P6.2 billion during the 2019 fiscal period, Bank of Botswana Governor Moses Pelaelo said …

As Sechaba, Letshego and FNBB leads most traded companies TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO Trading activity and liquidity was comparatively low at Botswana Stock Exchange Limited (BSEL) during the first six months of …

Says COVID-19 plight presents an opportunity to change Botswana economy As BB and UNDP partner to aid the private recuperate from COVID-19 effects TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO The damnable COVID-19 pandemic must …

GAZETTE REPORTER Listed Telecommunications giant, the Botswana Telecommunication Corporation Limited (BTCL) kicked off a program to mark its 40th Anniversary as Botswana’s leading and pioneering technology and telecommunications company enabling …

GDP slowed by half in 2019 TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO The growth of Botswana’s real GDP decelerated by half during the first three months of 2020, compared to the same period in …

Due to the advent of citizen economic empowerment, the security company has evidenced a notable performance shortfall TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO The rapid upswing in start-up security businesses in Botswana due to …

When it comes to making purchases, consumers still prefer the personalisation of the in-store experience, despite the COVID-19 pandemic TLOTLO KEBINAKGABO Diamond buyers at United States of America (USA), Botswana’s …

Customers to now pay 25percent of their mortgage Trend at other banks is to increase mortgage finance KEABETSWE NEWEL Aspiring commercial, BBS Limited, has reduced its mortgage loan financing from …

Funds to be withdrawn from local banks Funds to be invested in China/ rest of Africa Interim CEO says the decision will not be affected by Botswana’s blacklisting over Money …