As mining projects revive, new railways are being built to transport output.
Botswana’s stones could run out by 2050, but the government still has lofty ambitions for the industry.
The impending exhaustion of mineral reserves poses challenges for one of Africa’s most successful economies.
The Economic Partnership Agreement is designed to give African countries expanded access to the EU market while gradually opening African markets to EU products.
While the worst drought in 30 years hits Southern Africa, Botswana’s tourist industry shoulders the burden.
Botswana is facing an uncertain future as diamonds struggle to sell on global market.
In the face of a liquidity-strapped domestic market reaching saturation, Botswana’s most ambitious companies are looking to other parts of Africa for growth.
Two of India’s largest banks have been making positive noises about setting up shop in Botswana, which has seen a steady rise of trade and …
While the sale of the iconic Be Beers diamond conglomerate to Anglo American did not take industry watchers by surprise, the deal making revealed outstanding …
The Botswanan economy is finally beginning to recover from the fallout of the global economic crisis. The diamond industry, which forms the bedrock of the …