Briscoe Attorneys Opens Up On Masisi Fund
An inquiry by Capital Management Botswana (CMB) liquidator into a ‘Masisi Fund’ held by Briscoe Attorneys has revealed that former legislator Sadique Kebonang opened the fund for the then vice president in 2017 and used the money for various activities including purchasing ca...
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SA's Hawks nab CMB's Tim Marsland for BPOPF 'heist'
Tim Marsland, the majority owner of Capital Management Botswana (CMB) was reportedly arrested by the South African Hawks late last night in connection with the alleged misappropriation of about P500 million from the Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund (BPOPF). 
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NBFIRA pursues CMB affiliate over P164m
The Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA) is going after P164 million in property and other assets it alleges are illegally housed in a Capital Management Botswana (CMB) associate.
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Fresh bid to haul CMB bosses before creditors
A new liquidator for Capital Management Botswana (CMB) plans to haul the troubled firm’s directors before creditors in July, to account for the plus-P500 million in pensioner funds that went missing under their supervision.
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CMB clears the air
Attempted murder, character assassination, defamation, fraud, negligence, and cover up after cover up after cover up – this is the truth behind the moves to shutter and board Capital Management Botswana (CMB), all to prevent the exposure of wholesale negligence of some of Botswan...
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DCEC agents transferred off CMB trail
After two Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) investigators established a prima facie case that an asset management company, Capital Management Botswana (CMB) had bought Permanent Secretary to the President (PSP) Carter Morupisi a car while he was Botswana Public...
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CMB bosses face investor firing squad
The two directors of mothballed asset management firm, Capital Management Botswana (CMB), are due to spend three days next month facing questions from creditors who are tracing more than P500 million that went missing under the firm’s management.
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