Business

Lief Diet: your mobile health haven

Lief Diet is a company that speaks healthy living by selling light meals and delivering them to their customers. Thabang Kololo, a young entrepreneur whose biggest challenge is lack of business background, brought the idea of selling and actually delivering to life. The self-funded business started at the beginning of 2015.


27th January 2016

MAN OF THE MOMENT

27th January 2016

Finance and Development Planning minister, Ontefetse Kenneth Matambo will next week Monday present to parliament the budget speech for 2016/17.

Cheka Price revolutionises shopping experience

27th January 2016

If you’re one of those shoppers that love flipping through different stores’ sale pamphlets to compare prices for the most affordable, Cheka Price is just what you need.

Entrepreneurs are spark plugs of the economy

27th January 2016

A delegation of four young entrepreneurs arrived last Friday from India after completing a two-month entrepreneurship course courtesy of ‘Shoshong, Your Investment Destination.’ Entrepreneurs occupy a central position in a market economy.

Transport minister urges ICT companies to work with govt.

27th January 2016

Transport and Communications minister Tshenolo Mabeo has urged private companies to partner with government and channel some of their investments in ICT initiatives to grow the country’s economy.

BAMB procures maize from Zambia

22nd January 2016

Botswana Agricultural Marketing Board (BAMB) has procured about 5 000metric tonnes of maize from Zambia, Business Trends has learnt.

Allan Gray founder donates his fortune to charity

22nd January 2016

Allan WB Gray, the founder of Allan Gray and its offshore partner Orbis, has announced that the newly-established Allan and Gill Gray Foundation has been endowed with his family’s controlling interests in the Allan Gray and Orbis groups.

Frequently asked questions on the BTCL IPO

22nd January 2016

What is an IPO?
An Initial Public Offering, or IPO, is the first offer by a company of its shares for sale or subscription by members of the public.  The Government is selling 49 percent of its shares in BTCL through an IPO.

Letshego issues fresh bond in South Africa

22nd January 2016

Letshego Holdings Limited has announced that the new Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) listed bond notes has boosted its total debt issuance to R880 million on the JSE.

Donkey meat is viable business

22nd January 2016

A livestock farmer in Kopong village has discovered that donkey meat is a viable business as the meat is in high demand.

FNBB H1 profits down

13th January 2016

First National Bank Botswana expects profits for interim period to December 2015 to be lower when compared to the previous corresponding period.
This is according to a statement submitted to the domestic bourse by Chairman Peter Stevenson and Chief Executive Steven Bogatsu.

A novel car wash and money spinner

13th January 2016

Thatayaone Otukile, 22, decided after three years of hard toil at a car wash in Game City, to take a bold step and start his own similar business – Wash Works Botswana.

Uptake of PosoCard unprecedented

13th January 2016

BotswanaPost has had a remarkable uptake on the PosoCard, an innovative e-platform for payments and money transfer for the unbanked. The product, which was launched in 2014, was meant to revolutionise mobile banking and eliminate the need for users to have a cellphone or a bank account in order to transact and benefit from access to a debit card facility.


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