Citizens push for more stake in mining

Calling for dialogue: Moatshe PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Calling for dialogue: Moatshe PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

FRANCISTOWN: The chief executive officer (CEO) of the Local Enterprise Authority (LEA), Dr Racious Moatshe has called on government and the business community to open dialogue concerning how more Batswana can be elevated to playing a central role in the country’s mining particularly going into ownership (of mines).

Moatshe was among the participants at the ‘Trade Up North’ mining, manufacturing and construction exhibition held in Francistown. The exhibition featured a seminar where Moatshe and other stakeholders participated.

Additionally, the exhibition is held biannually in Francistown. It presents the latest technologies, equipment, services, and machinery used in mining, manufacturing as well as construction in Botswana. It also provides a networking opportunity for participating stakeholders.

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