Finance News 8 March 2020

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Finance News 8 March 2020
Daily Finance News Highlights are a service to our top clients, with daily alerts on what is making Botswana's finance news. Source: Hotwire

‘I never worked for CMB’ – Gaolathe – President of Alliance for Progressives (AP), Ndaba Gaolathe, has flatly denied any connections with controversial asset management firm CMB currently at the centre of a liquidation inquiry. (The Patriot on Sunday)

BSE showcases leading women – Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) on Friday marked the celebrations of 2020 International Women’s Day (IWD) with an opening Bell Ceremony where leading female corporate leaders officiated and showcased how they rose to the top. (The Patriot on Sunday)

Letshego’s recovery underway – Letshego Group Holdings Limited, Africa’s largest micro lender financing entity, has registered a significant growth at full year financial as its robust diversification led strategy is paying off well. (The Patriot on Sunday)

GetBucks partners with BCR to empower youth – GetBucks Limited in conjunction with the Botswana Careers Roundtable (BCR) hosted the first installment of the BCR Corporate breakfast in Gaborone recently. (The Patriot on Sunday)

BoB, commercial banks conclude talks on interest rate corridor – The country’s central bank – Bank of Botswana (BoB) and commercial banks are said to have, in 2019 undertaken extensive consultations on possible reforms relating to the banks’s Monetary Policy. (Sunday Standard)

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