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November 25, 2018 2:00 PM Gov’t could drop Morupule B P8bn expansion

Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security minister, Eric Molale has written to finance minister, Kenneth Matambo asking for final advice on whether to proceed or drop the project. The expansion involves the addition of two 150MW to the existing 600MW Morupule B. In 2015, the government named two Asian mega-corps – Marubeni from Japan and Posco 148

September 17, 2018 4:00 AM Stampede as gov’t raises P1.1bn on bond market

Each quarter, the Bank of Botswana (BoB) holds auctions of bonds and six-month treasury bills on behalf of government under the P15 billion note issuance programme which dates back to February 2011. The auctions are limited to commercial banks, who hold exclusive bidding rights. The August 31 auction was marked by intense bidding, due largely to the debut 159

August 20, 2018 4:00 AM Gov’t seeks record P1.5bn in borrowings

Each quarter, the Bank of Botswana (BoB) holds auctions of bonds and six-month treasury bills on behalf of government under the P15 billion note issuance programme which dates back to February 2011. The auctions are limited to commercial banks, who hold exclusive bidding rights. While the funds raised at the auctions are generally used for government 123

August 14, 2018 4:00 AM BDP Sack Casual Workers By WhatsApp

“Dumelang batho. Ne kere ke le itsese gore gompieno ga le te tirong because tiro e fedile. Le tla bolelelwa tiro e le teng gore le bowe. But go simolola gompieno ga gona sepe. Ke gore go hedile tota. Hedi hedi hedi, bye,” a supervisor told the employees via a voice note on their WhatsApp group. casual workers’ phones might have been off and their supervisor 133

July 24, 2018 2:10 PM Members warned against riding the coattails of BNF

“It is important to also note that party members through appropriate party structures are free to develop their own fundraising strategies for the benefit of their own interest and that of the party in general, provided they account for it. Those who ask for money in the party’s name must stop. This does not only compromise party growth, it is illegal 108

June 10, 2018 4:00 AM Scramble as gov't raises P1bn in borrowings

The June 1 auction was the government’s second appearance in the bond market this year, after the March auction which raised P497 million out of the P1 billion in treasury bills and bonds on offer. Each quarter, the Bank of Botswana (BoB) holds auctions of bonds and six-month treasury bills on behalf of government under the P15 billion note issuance 98

May 28, 2018 4:00 AM Gov't approaches capital market to borrow P1.15bn

Each quarter, the Bank of Botswana (BoB) holds auctions of bonds and six-month treasury bills on behalf of government under the P15 billion note issuance programme which dates back to February 2011. While the funds raised at the auctions are generally used for government budgetary support, the note issuance programme is also designed to develop and support 81

February 26, 2018 4:00 AM Judiciary under siege in Botswana

The citizenry and civic society must develop interest and actively participate in the affairs of the Republic to ensure that the prevalence of democracy is not eroded, and by active participation, critique and hold elected and non-elected public servants to account, thus strengthening of our democratic institutions. It is incumbent on society therefore 182

December 18, 2017 5:00 AM Botswana builds capacity to attain SDGs

Majelantle expressed her confidence during a training workshop this week aimed at enhancing capacity amongst African member states to produce accurate and timely statistical information for monitoring and reporting on Agenda 2030. She said the workshop is part of efforts to enhance capacity amongst African member states to produce accurate and timely 85

November 2, 2017 10:59 AM Tesla must stop overpromising, could need more finance -analysts

(Reuters) - Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) was set to open more than 6 percent below the previous close on Thursday after it spooked investors with its biggest quarterly loss yet and a delay in production targets for its Model 3 vehicle by about three months. After a year which has seen shares in Silican Valley star Elon Musk’s venture rise 50 percent on faith in its positioning 307