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FSG Limited contributes P225 000 to Botswana Covid-19 response

FSG Limited has committed P225, 000 towards the Government of Botswana’s COVID-19 response.

The company says it is fully committed to supporting all efforts to managing the impact of the pandemic on the economy of the country.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of FSG Limited, Victor Senye said, “As a responsible corporate citizen, we feel very honoured to be making this contribution that will go a long way in mitigating the social and economic consequences of this pandemic. This crisis affects all sectors of our society and the whole nation should rally behind the efforts of our Government to fight the pandemic and save lives.”

FSG Limited continues to monitor developments around COVID-19 and commits to partner with Government to provide all the necessary support until the pandemic has been fully managed.

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  1. Vinololia Titus

    April 21, 2020 at 4:25 pm

    i understand police officers, nurses, soldiers and social workers assisting in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 are going to be compensated for the work done. What about TEACHERS,SCHOOL HEAD and CHIEFS. Even thank you is a serious pain from the leaders of this nation.AO BATHONG BA MODIMO!!!!

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