Embassy of the Republic of Botswana in Germany



Von |Juli 26th, 2017|

Second President of the Republic of Botswana

(1925 – 2017)

MASIRE (black and white)On 22nd June 2017, Botswana lost Sir Ketumile Quett Joni Masire, the Second President of the Republic of Botswana and one of the founding leaders of Botswana’s democracy. Sir Ketumile Quett Joni Masire led the country for 18 years from 1980 to 1998, after the passing of the Founding President Sir Seretse Khama. The passing away of Sir Ketumile marks another chapter in the evolution of Botswana’s democracy. History will remember Sir Ketumile Masire as a selfless and dedicated leader who worked tirelessly to bring stability and hope to the nation and steered the Country towards consolidating Botswana’s democracy and confronting the serious economic and developmental challenges facing the young Nation. We will also remember Sir Ketumile Masire for his humility, dedication and devotion to serve his country and the entire SADC Region and humanity at large. PROFILE-OF-THE-LATE-SIR-KETUMILE-MASIRE.pdf

Briefing of Mainz Business Delegation to Botswana

Von |Oktober 24th, 2016|

On 10th October 2016, representatives of the Embassies of Botswana and Namibia attended a briefing meeting for business delegation due to visit Botswana and Namibia respectively. The visit was arranged by the State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport, Agriculture and Viniculture in Mainz. The business mission to Botswana is scheduled to take place from the 23rd – 26th October 2016.

About eleven companies ranging from energy, manufacturing, power transmissions, transformers, agriculture and consulting firms have registered to participate in the business mission. The mission which will involve business to business meetings, site visits and a business roundtable meeting is being facilitated by the German Chamber of Commerce Office (AHK) in South Africa, the Embassies of Germany in Botswana and Namibia and coordinated by the State Ministry.

Embassy Celebrates Golden Jubilee of Independence in Berlin

Von |Oktober 24th, 2016|

Golden Jubilee

The Embassy of the Republic of Botswana in the Federal Republic of Germany commemorated the 50th anniversary of Botswana’s independence by hosting two events. On 30th September 2016, the Embassy hosted an official dinner at Maritim Hotel for 200 guests consisting of German Federal Government representatives, the Business Community and other Embassy stakeholders and a number of Batswana in Berlin.

We shared with our stakeholders the successes that Botswana has had in the last 50 years and also informed that the country will intensively work on achieving more in the next 50 years with hope and determination. statement-by-h-e-tswelopele-c-moremi-during-50th-anniversary