Botswana: Latest News
Makula Dunbar, 11:03 am
The PIC now plans to expand its real estate empire into the rest of Africa. The PIC’s property boss Lesiba Maloba is awaiting final approval to invest up to R12bn in commercial real estate in various countries across Africa, the PIC’s first foray into property markets outside SA’s borders.
Dana Sanchez, 8:02 pm
Namibia filed charges against 12 South African pilots in May for allegedly violating Namibian airspace and illegal entry into the country. Many of the aircraft were light enough to be classed microlights, a report said.
Makula Dunbar, 3:01 pm
Though urbanisation is underway in Africa as it is in other parts of the world, the continent’s population remains more rural than urban.
Dana Sanchez, 9:19 pm
Headquartered in Mauritius, Liquid Telecom claims to be the leading Pan-African fiber network on the continent, stretching more than 8,000 miles.
Dana Sanchez, 9:54 pm
“Make sure you are confident when you interact with colleagues or partners in the workplace or business environment in Nigeria,” says the senior investment adviser to the Nigerian minister of Agriculture. “Particularly if you are a woman, and you are young or young looking.”
Makula Dunbar, 4:46 pm
Research that benchmarks African private equity against the global market for the first time shows the industry is far maturer than analysts had previously thought.
Makula Dunbar, 1:23 pm
The textile and apparel exports of Botswana, a landlocked country located in Southern Africa, may continue to decline due to the withdrawal of tax incentives by the US and the EU
Dana Sanchez, 3:26 pm
Awards will be given to 117 companies, organisations and destinations including Africa’s leading low-cost airline, spa resort, destination, boutique hotel brand, golf resort, business hotel, green hotel, safari lodge and beach destination.
Makula Dunbar, 12:59 pm
The public chorus to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030 now includes U.S. President Barack Obama, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and Bono. The backdrop is extremely promising since the developing world has already cut the share of people living in absolute poverty.
Makula Dunbar, 3:43 pm
In partnership with American businessman Howard Weinstein, Katsiga’s company is helping train a workforce of hearing-impaired people across three continents to assemble and distribute the award-winning Solar Ear, a hearing aid and solar-powered battery charger meant to improve the lives of those with hearing loss in the developing world.
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