CEDA/DBSA University Challenge Is Here

Anno Tshipa PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Anno Tshipa PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

The Citizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency (CEDA) is calling out for the youth, especially those who are enrolled in tertiary education to participate in this year’s CEDA/DBSA University challenge.

The Challenge is a collaborative effort of CEDA and the Development Bank of Southern Africa and delivered as a youth innovative solutions competition. Since its inception two years ago, the Challenge continues to grow from strength to strength.

This year’s prize money has increased by P100, 000 to P300, 000 with an extra P50, 000 should the winner be female as a way to promote women empowerment. Speaking during the launch recently, CEDA head of marketing and communications, Anno Tshipa said the challenge has managed to stay true to its objectives and mandate of identifying practical and market-oriented solutions that have the potential to solve the myriad of problems faced by Botswana.

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