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Dont panic,dont stock pile- Minister Serame


Ministry of Investment Trade and Industry Permanent Secretary Keganele Malikongwa has warned Batswana against hording of food stuffs and pharmaceutical products, in the advent of the corona virus outbreak.

Malikongwa expressed worry tha panic was beginning to set in as the public has begun bulk buying. She said this has a potential of creating shortages and artificial demand, which would in turn lead to a rise in prices.

The PS has urged the public to exercise calm and restraint and avoid panicking as trade channels remain open for the supply of essential commodities.

“Ideally there ...

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