Botswana Post launches e-shopping site Posopay

Postal services provider Botswana Post last week launched an e-shopping portal dubbed Posopay, expected to speed up the adoption of Internet-based services by the public.

Online shoppers can use Posopay to buy a variety of products, including electronics and stationery.

“Posopay e-portal gives us an opportunity to provide our customers with a 24/7 service access to Botswana markets in a convenient and reliable way,” said Head of Business Development for Botswana Post Cornelius Ramatlhakwane.

The new portal allows seamless e-ticketing module and enables purchase into tickets for several events simultaneously. It will be used in the same way as a normal shopping mall, according to Ramatlhakwane.

“You can purchase our stationery, some of Botswana’s fine arts, and other electronics such as a highly demanded Samsung phone,” he said.

Botswana Post is mandated to provide, develop, operate and manage postal services in an efficient and cost-effective manner, as well as enter into bilateral agreements with other postal administrations on postal services matters.

Established in 1875 by the London Missionary Society, Botswana Post is headquartered in Gaborone, Botswana. The company operates 122post offices across the country and employs around 1,000 people, serving a population of over 2 million.

The firm also serves some 200,000 with pension premiums monthly.

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