Skills shortage delays BCL�s smelter rebuild

Mahupela
Mahupela

SELEBI-PHIKWE: BCL mine’s managing director, Dan Mahupela says his company has been an unintended victim of some reforms implemented to encourage citizen economic empowerment.

Speaking at a Business Botswana gala dinner held in Francistown recently, Mahupela said the company has failed to complete some of the projects on time due to significant delays in securing work permits for its skilled expatriate staff.

He said this is one the factors that led to the delays in completion of its smelter rebuild.

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