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BotswanaPost and MultiChoice Botswana Strengthen Ties in The Name of Customer Experience

13 Jan 2020

In an effort to provide our consumers with  convenience and  access to the best in television entertainment, BotswanaPost and MultiChoice Botswana have partnered to provide access to the DStv service through the vast network of Botswana’s oldest post service provider. This development is a result of a strategic partnership between BotswanaPost and MultiChoice Botswana; two companies which are...

PosoMoney Card-to-Wallet: Any Bank Any Card

05 Dec 2019

Following closely on the launch of the BotswanaPost innovative mobile money solution, PosoMoney in April 2019, BotswanaPost is proud to announce the value added feature of PosoMoney Card-to-Wallet. The PosoMoney card-to-wallet facility allows PosoMoney users to top-up their account using any debit/credit card.    True to our drive to enhance our digital offering through our E-services, we are...

BotswanaPost Launches PosoMoney

02 May 2019

BotswanaPost has on Tuesday 30th April 2019 launched a new innovative service to its products and services offering dubbed ‘PosoMoney’. PosoMoney is a mobile wallet service that works on any phone and any mobile network.

PosoMoney users will be able to perform a host of different transactions such as:

  • Deposit cash into a PosoMoney account through any authorized PosoMoney...

Botswana Participates in the 48th International Letter-Writing Competition

10 Jan 2019

Botswana, as a member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), will again this year participate in the UPU International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People. Young people all over the world this year are being invited to write a letter under the theme “Write a letter about your hero”.  The competition is an excellent way for young people to develop their writing skills and to express their...

BotswanaPost Changes Tariffs

22 Jun 2017

BotswanaPost has changed prices in Transunion services and Masa Premier Mail Boxes. The Masa Premier Mail Boxes price has been reduced from P1 500.00 to P560.00 per annum while TransUnion services have been increased from P30.00 to P45.00.