Debswana is the largest private sector employer in Botswana, with more than 4 000 staff members. These are mainly found on mining sites, along with just over 5 000 fixed-term contractors and a small staff complement at the Debswana Corporate Centre in Gaborone, Botswana’s capital. Diamond mining operations are located at Orapa, Letlhakane, Damtshaa (OLDM) and Jwaneng. These four mines have contributed significantly to the economic growth of Botswana, as well as producing revenues responsible for lifting the country from one of Africa’s least developed to an international development success story. Botswana is now a middle-income country independent in means as well as name.
Debswana also owns and operates the Morupule Coal Mine. Debswana is a key player in the national economy of Botswana. In 2014, diamond exports accounted for about half of government revenues and a third of GDP.
Debswana has started transporting heavy equipment from Jwaneng to Orapa mine. As a result of this, the road between Boatle junction and Game city traffic lights will be closed temporarily between 1100hrs until 1330hrs on the following dates: 10th November, 17th November, 25th November, 1st December and 9th December 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Gepostet von Debswana Diamond Company am Freitag, 9. November 2018
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