Archive for March 8th, 2010

source: Mmegi
BRIAN BENZA
Staff writer

Suspended BTC CEO Thapelo Lippe’s fate should be known soon following reports that accounting firm Deloitte has completed investigations into the parastatal and will hand over its findings to the BTC board on Friday.

This comes in the midst of reports of widespread disgruntlement among BTC management and general staff surfacing. BTC sources say the sense of trepidation is reportedly exacerbated by the continued absence of Lippe, who was the author of the turnaround strategy BTC is currently implementing, and impending privatisation of the parastatal. When Lippe was suspended four weeks ago, employees were told that the investigations would be [continue reading]

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source: BOPA
05 March, 2010

The Ministry of Transport and Communications is planning to mark the Mahalapye/Palapye portion of the A1 highway including the Palapye main road leading to the A1 highway during the 2010/11 financial year. Mr Frank Ramsden, transport and communications minister, told Parliament Thursday that his ministry had planned to mark the roads in the current financial year but the tenders were cancelled due to budgetary constraints.

He was responding to a question Palapye MP, Mr Moiseraele Goya who asked him whether he was aware that the road markings on [continue reading]