Entrepreneur Finds Niche In Radio Communications

Tawana Merapelo
Tawana Merapelo

FRANCISTOWN: Worried by constant threats of retrenchment, Tawana Merapelo in 2014 decided to quit his day job in order to focus on his business, KRYPTECH Technology. KRYPTECH deals with installations, programming and supplies of two-way radio communication gadgets.

Merapelo told Monitor Business that a two-way radio is a transceiver, which can transmit and receive information mostly among employees within the same organisation but in different departments or areas. 

“These are available in mobile, stationary base and hand-held portable configurations,” said Merapelo. Merapelo said that his radio could be used for communication at mines, wild life parks, and construction sites as well as during corporate events.

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