Parastatals
Botswana Development Corporation (BDC)

Botswana Development Corporation (BDC) was established in 1970 to be the country's main agency for commercial and industrial development. The Government of Botswana owns 100 percent of the issued share capital of the Corporation.

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Botswana Stock Exchange

The Botswana Stock Exchange is Botswana’s national stock exchange given the responsibility to operate and regulate the equities and fixed interest securities market. Formally established in 1989, the BSE continues to be pivotal to Botswana’s financial system, and in particular the capital market, as an avenue on which government, quasi- government and the private sector can raise debt and equity capital.

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Public Procurement & Asset Disposal Board (PPADB)

The primary mandate of PPADB is to adjudicate and award tenders for Central Government and any other institutions specified under the Act for the delivery of works, services and supplies related services.

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National Development Bank (NDB)

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Botswana Unified Revenue Service (BURS)

The mandate of the BURS is to perform tax assessment and collection functions on behalf of the Government and to take appropriate measures to counteract tax evasion on the one hand, and to improve taxpayer service to a much higher level on the other.

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International Financial Services Centre (IFSC)

Botswana IFSC is a government agency which was incorporated in April 2003. Its role is to establish and develop Botswana as a world-class hub to facilitate the delivery of a wide range of cross-border financial services to clients in other countries.

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Botswana Savings Bank (BSB)

BSB plays an essential role of mobilizing savings and providing banking services throughout the country. This service is consolidated by a bilateral Agreement between the Bank as provided for by Section 3 of the BSB Act of 1992 and the Botswana Postal Services where the service is primarily delivered.

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Botswana Accountancy College (BAC)

The college aims to provide world class tuition to reduce Botswana's reliance on foreign expertise. The qualifications that students are prepared for are all internationally recognised and provide an excellent start to careers in business and technology.

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Citizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency (CEDA)

Citizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency (CEDA) is established to address the need for coherent and holistic support for the development of small, medium and large scale enterprises through our soft widow and package offered through our subsidiaries.

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Botswana Institute of Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA)

The two key areas of BIDPA's mandate are development policy analysis and capacity building. Its aim is to promote policy analysis through research, capacity building, assisting organizations or individuals where appropriate, monitoring the country’s economic performance and disseminating policy research results.

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Motor Vehicle Accidents Fund (MVAF)

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Public Enterprises, Evaluation and Privatisation Agency (PEEPA)

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Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA)

The new Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA) will be responsible for the oversight of all non-banking financial services entities registered in Botswana. NBFIRA will safeguard the stability, fairness and efficiency of the non-banking financial sector, and ensure that regulation in the Botswana IFSC is in line with international best practice.

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Citizen Entrepreneur Mortgage Assistance Equity Fund (CEMAEF)

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