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Pauline Dikuelo
  • Hilton's Four Head To Dubai

    This comes as part of Hilton’s talent mobility and growth initiatives, which are aligned to the company’s own efforts to see development within its people, to become a global representation of Botswana's talents.The beneficiaries are front...

  • BancABC Sees Slight Profit Growth

    According to the financial statement ending June 30, 2021, the bank’s loan book has recorded a slight reduction from P6.2 billion to P6.1 billion. The book growth reflects caution on credit as well as an appreciation of the existing environment.he...

  • Financial inclusion ticks up

    According to the latest FinScope Consumer Survey report launched on Tuesday, there has been marked progress in the country, with around 242,947 more adults gaining access to financial services, and 242,884 adults categorised as excluded. Since its...

  • Dubai expo offers investment opportunities

    The six months expo which starts on October 1 and ends on March 31 next year will feature about 190 countries.The Centre’s executive director, Brand Management Kutlo Moagi told Mmegi that the country’s participation in the expo will create new...

  • Lucara Approves Karowe Underground Expansion Project

    The facilities include two tranches, a project finance facility of $170 million to fund the development of the underground project. The other is a $50 million working capital facility to re-finance the company’s existing debt and to support ongoing...

  • Leepo: She's Got Tech Game

    Increasing market uncertainties meant decreasing revenues for small businesses, however, innovative enterprises are doing their best to turn this crisis into an opportunity.Being locked in a foreign country with borders closed urged a local...

  • DPF assets soar to P9.5bn

    The DPF’s assets were measured at P8.83 billion as at September 30 last year.The DPF is the country’s largest private sector pension fund, as the larger P83 billion Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund is the pool for civil service pensions....

  • Gov’t unveils tighter ISPAAD support

    Agricultural minister Karabo Gare recently told parliamentarians that government will administer ISPAAD for the last time in this current ploughing season 2021-2022 with the same guidelines and controls.The next season will be guided by a new...

  • BIH, Botho University Drill Youth

    The programme is done by the International Trade Centre's (ITC) Youth and Trade Programme in collaboration with the Botswana Innovation Hub and Botho University. The four-month programme, which began this month, will focus on digital skills and...

  • Gaming Lab On The Cards

    The lab, which will be housed at BIH, will be a pilot for the project that will extend to other local universities at a later stage. Game Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple animations and games with objects and characters that...

  • More delays frustrate start of national lottery

    A hearing into the appeal is due and Grow Mine has another opportunity to appeal the decision of the appeals body if the ruling does not go their way, pushing the start of the lottery further down the line.Meanwhile, Ithuba, the South African-powered...

  • Mental illnesses hit Botswana

    According to the 2016 psychiatric out-patient heath disorders latest report which was published this week, about 37,352 mental out-patient disorder consultations were registered. Mood Affective Disorders were the second most common block of mental...

  • Juice Maker Takes Palapye Streets

    In 2020, Oteng Seofela set about creating an organic juice company as a way to give farmers a better livelihood.Trading as Jam Juice, Seofela said he identified a gap in the market for juice production in Palapye and decided to try it out with his...

  • Ithuba Optimistic About Empowering Locals

    Ithuba Botswana, a subsidiary of a well-known Pan African group Ithuba Holdings, is expected to commence negotiations with the Gambling Authority, which will ultimately pave way for the awarding of the National Lottery licence.This comes after the...

  • BPC Approves 46 Rooftop Solar Applications

    The remaining were not approved as some were duplicates while others did not have all the needed documents.The Rooftop Solar Programme, which was launched last year, was developed to create an environment in which end-users can generate their own...

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