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Finance News 4 June 2020

Summaries of today's leading financial news

By Tanlume Enyatseng

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StanChart set to close some branches – Standard Charted Bank Botswana has moved swiftly to close on of its branches especially at a time when more and more customers have now shifted to its digital platforms to transact. (Botswana Guardian)

Chobe Holdings strong despite Covid-19 concerns – Chobe Holdings, the Botswana Stock Exchange quoted firm anticipates quick recovery on its earnings once travel restrictions are lifted. (Botswana Guardian)

Letshego endures transition challenges – Despite leadership transition punctuating most of Letshego Holdings’ operations last year, the group has produced a solid set of results, stomaching the executives changes challenges. (Botswana Guardian)

Top economist, Jefferies appointed Gov’t Policy Advisor – Renowned economist and former Bank of Botswana deputy Dr. Keith Jefferies has joined government as Senior Policy Advisor in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. (Botswana Guardian)

Jefferies paves way for Kenewendo at RDC – Botswana Stock Exchange listed RDC Properties have announced the stepping down of renowned economist Dr. Keith Jefferies from its board. (Botswana Guardian)

Absa offers Purchase Order financing for Covid-19 suppliers – As part of its continued commitment to support and grow SMEs, Absa Bank Botswana Limited recently announced its Purchase Order (PO) Financing proposition designed to offer financial assistance to companies that procure goods and services in relation to the fight against Covid-19. (The Voice)

FNBB partners with KPS to disinfect public areas – FNBB, through its earlier donation of P10 million to support efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19, FNBB will be making a further cash contribution of P360,000.00 towards disinfecting public areas countrywide. (The Voice)

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