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Established on July 1, 1975, the Bank of Botswana is the country's central bank. As such, it has responsibility for maintaining monetary and financial stability in Botswana, underpinned by confidence in the national currency, sound banks and an effective payments system. To fulfil its mandate, the Bank relies on a well-trained and motivated work force. In turn, this requires that the Bank operates effectively in all areas, including the support services necessary to achieve its core objectives.

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