Botswana’s economy is one of the strongest in Africa and the country has one of the world’s highest growth rates, largely attributed to abundant diamond resources coupled with sound macroeconomic policies. Cattle rising and the export of beef and other cattle products and subsistence farming are the chief agricultural activities. Botswana is the world's largest producer of gem diamonds in value terms. It is also the world's most diamond-dependent economy. Deposits of antimony, sulfur, plutonium, and platinum have also been found. The export commodities include diamonds, nickel, copper, soda ash, textiles and meat whereas the country is presently importing foodstuffs, electrical goods, machinery, transport equipment, fuel, textiles and petroleum products, metal and metal product, wood and paper products.
|Botswana||05-Dec-2013||Supply of various types of telecommunications equipment/goods and services.
|Botswana||05-Dec-2013||Manufacture and supply of 138 metric tonnes sorghum meal.
|Botswana||05-Dec-2013||Supply of 295.50 metric tonnes of sorghum grain for primary schools in North West region.
|Botswana||05-Dec-2013||Supply of 768 tonnes sugar beans.
|Botswana||05-Dec-2013||Supply and delivery of peanut butter for primary schools.
|Botswana||04-Dec-2013||Supply and delivery of office stationery.
|Botswana||04-Dec-2013||Supply and delivery of uniform, protective clothing and footwear.
|Botswana||04-Dec-2013||Supply of various ICT hardware.
|Botswana||04-Dec-2013||Supply of financial audit services to employee pension fund.
|Botswana||04-Dec-2013||Development of bus/taxi terminal, market stalls and offices.