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BNPC consultant Mr Onalethata Chwene discussed the Business Model Canvas, which he said specified the way in which a company generated revenue and made profit from company operations.
The Department of Trade and Industry has issued a new suggested retail price (SRP) where 20 processed and manufactured items, including canned goods, condiments, soap, and bottled water reflected higher prices in the list of basic necessities and prime commodities (BNPCs).
Castelo said the government convinced BNPCs or basic necessities and prime commodities manufacturers to hold off price increases during a meeting last August 17.
'No price moratorium, but we have requested BNPC manufacturers to hold price increases for at least the next three months.
At least in the next three months, prices of all products considered as basic necessities and prime commodities (BNPCs) will not increase after the DTI secured the commitment of manufacturers, she said.
'We also compared SRPs during the two periods and there were SRP changes in 26 SKUs out of a total 144 SKUs for combined BNPC, but 11 of the 26 items kept the same actual prices despite changes in SRPs,' he said.
The products under the BNPC being monitored by DTI include canned sardines and products like luncheon meat, meat loaf, and corned beef; processed milk; coffee; detergent and laundry soaps; toilet soap; bread; instant noodles and cement.
Meantime, Castelo said there has been no increase in the new suggested retail price (SRP) on basic necessities and prime commodities (BNPC) since the release of the list on September 1.
'In two weeks' time , we shall enter the [-ber] months where pressures on demand and supply of BNPC (basic necessities and commodities) can trigger another round of price increases,' he said.
Botswana National Productivity Centre (BNPC) acting chief executive officer, Mr Teedzani Majaule says a dedicated workforce can take the country to greater heights.
In a statement late last month, Castelo said the DTI have already met with BNPC manufacturers and appealed to stop increasing their prices in the next three months or until December 30 this year.
Botswana National Productivity Centre (BNPC) director, Mr Oarabile Lesole says there is need to reward individuals who work hard to take the country forward.