'Keep F/town clean to attract investors'

FRANCISTOWN: A dirty and unhygienic city has the potential to turn away prospective investors, residents here have been told. But the Education Regional (North East) Director Operations, Oupa Masesane last Friday averred at the highly attended event held at the Phase IV hall that trash or waste material can be a pot of gold for enterprising investors.

The director who was officiating at the "Clean Up The World" campaign commemoration themed, "Our Planet Our Earth Our Responsibility", advised the city residents to exercise great care of the environment.

Masesane said that in order for the city to achieve its target of becoming an investment hub by the year 2022 residents have to keep the environment clean as one way of enticing investors.

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