Botswana is often referred to as the diamond in the crown of Africa and fast becoming the investment destination of choice in the Sub-Saharan region.
Botswana maintains a stable political climate, a solid democracy and good governance. The country is widely reputed as the African continent’s longest running multi-party democracy.
Botswana is a vast and sparsely populated country and has shown consistent and strong economic growth over the last few decades. Botswana has also consistently invested in improving the components of a stable and sound economy through its investments in education, health, and infrastructure.
When considering Botswana as an investment destination, it is notable that the Botswana have a high level of English proficiency. The young workforce is qualified and trainable and operates at a relatively lower workforce cost. Excellent schools and world-class universities located throughout Botswana means well skilled human resources.
The climate of Botswana is semi-arid, with summer and winter seasons. The weather is hot and dry for most of the year, with the exception of the rainy season, occurring regionally and sporadically during the summer months. These conditions are favourable for industry and transport purposes.
Infrastructure developments and the adoption of international service standards, combined with its proximity to large business centres in South Africa, makes Botswana a strong, if not preferred contender, for foreign direct investment opportunities.
Botswana governs a low crime rate and offers a pleasant living environment, with stable social structures firmly established. There is a myriad of extramural activities to partake in, ranging from sport to cultural festivals as well as day-to-day recreational activities.
Special Economic Zones:
- Sir Seretse Khama International Airport (Sskia) - Mixed Use
- Tuli Block - Agropolis
- Lobatse - Meat And Leather
- Fairgrounds - International Finance & Technology
- Pandamatenga - Agropolis
- Greater Palapye - Energy
- Francistown - Mixed Use
- Selebi Phikwe - Mixed Use
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