Chobe enterpreneurs urged to think outside agriculture

Shamukuni in Kazungula PIC: GOITSEMODIMO AKANYANG
Shamukuni in Kazungula PIC: GOITSEMODIMO AKANYANG

KAZUNGULA: The Assistant Minister for Presidential Affairs, Governance and Public Administration, Machana Shamukuni has urged for business people in Chobe District to venture into unexploited business markets such as manufacturing and ICT.

Shamukuni was giving a keynote address during the Citizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency (CEDA), engagement day recently. The event was intended to review and boost the relationship between CEDA and entrepreneurs in the Chobe district.

According to CEDA, out of P415 million business loans issued by the parastatal in the Chobe region, P271 million was invested in the agricultural sector. CEDA statistics show that P21.2 million was in the tourism sector and the rest of the funds were divided into property, manufacturing and others.

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