Vol.23 No.162

Friday 27 October 2006    
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Business Week
Real Estate industry declines
The performance of the real estate industry has declined considerably since last year, the managing director of Properties and Homes, Noorjehan Khan said last week.

Syringa Spur reverses retrenchments
SELEBI PHIKWE: Syringa Spur has cancelled the retrenchment exercise of its permanent staff. The cutback was to be effected at the end of this month.

Lack of cash causes SMME's downfall - Johnson
The main reason small, medium and micro enterprises (SMME) fail is because of lack of money, in particular not enough start up capital, Barclay's Bank managing director, Thuli Johnson said last Saturday.

BHC records decrease in operating surplus
The Botswana Housing Corporation (BHC) has recorded a decrease of 22 percent in its operating surplus costs for last year.

Difong-kong' rule, local cars get a battering
When the importation of second hand cars from Japan began, not many people foresaw that these cars would one day dominate the motor industry in Botswana.

This is Madonna's money, not Malawi's
The international outrage precipitated by Madonna's decision to adopt, David Banda, a Malawian orphan brings into sharp the relief, the extent to which human rights organisations - hustlers sounds better - hurt the very people they claim to help.

  

 
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