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Opportunities and threats of investing in Africa

Moshie Ratsebe

Director of Investment Promotion at BITC

The Potential vs the Pitfalls of investing in an African Project (a South African perspective)

Moshie Ratsebe is a seasoned professional serving as the Director of Investment Promotion – Financial & Business Services at the Botswana Investment & Trade Centre (BITC). With a keen focus on driving economic growth, Moshie leads the charge in promoting and advancing Botswana's International Financial Services Centre (IFSC). His leadership extends across a comprehensive portfolio encompassing specialized business services such as Finance and Knowledge Intensive Business Services (F&KIBS), Business Process Outsourcing (BPOs), Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Tourism, Health, and Education.

With a wealth of strategic leadership experience, Moshie’s distinguished career spans both public and private sectors. He previously held the position of Executive Director of International Business at the BITC's Johannesburg-based Regional Office, where he played a pivotal role in amplifying investment and business prospects, channeling foreign direct investments into Botswana's key growth sectors. With an established background in senior roles at leading organizations, including his tenure at AB InBev Group's Kgalagadi Breweries Limited, Moshie's expertise encompasses market insights, commercial management, and project appraisal.

Moshie holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from the University of Botswana and has further honed his skills through a Management Development Programme at the University of Stellenbosch Business School in South Africa, solidifying his reputation as an accomplished leader at the dynamic intersection of investment, business, and strategy.

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Moshie Ratsebe
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