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Tshole Trust Inter Oil Soccer Tournament

GABORONE (Bank of Botswana grounds) Champs Botswana for the first time came out to play at the second Annual Tshole Trust Inter Oil Soccer Tournament and walked away with Bronze medals at position 3.

22 Apr,2017


Champs Botswana Adopts Pandagala CJSS

Champs Botswana have committed to sponsoring the award for Pandagala Junior Secondary School’s best performing Form Three student every year for the next five years. The prize includes a state-of-the-art laptop and printer, which were awarded to this year’s winner, Lovemore Magapa, by Champs Botswana’s executive director, Geof Khwarae during the Tutume school’s prize-giving ceremony last Friday. Speaking at the ceremony, Khwarae, who is a former Pandagala pupil, explained the undertaking was part of his company’s response to the Ministry of Education and Skills Development’s ‘Adopt a School’ initiative. The executive director for the hazardous waste management company stressed that it is vital for private companies to aid in the development of education in Botswana, noting that the government cannot manage alone. “The awards are meant to motivate the rest of the students to study hard and look forward to recognition in the future. When the school head told me about the results of the school, I found it fit to come here as a guest speaker and be an inspiration because I am a product of this school. Tutume is my home village; I was one of the first group intake of students for this school in 1990,” he said proudly. Explaining the reason behind the choice of gift, the guest speaker said, “Champs Botswana decided to buy the laptop as it will help the winner to do research on the internet for different subjects. It has been installed with software and internet.” Highlighting the importance of hard work and study, Khwarae told the listening Pandagala students that the effort they put into their schoolwork would be reflected in their results. Turning his attention to the children’s parents and guardians, Khwarae said it was their duty to nurture and mentor the young ones, moulding them into responsible individuals with the capacity to make Botswana a better place in the future. For his part, an ecstatic Magapa thanked Champs Botswana for their generous support and said he would use the laptop to help with research as he prepares for his final examinations.  

09 Sep,2016


Champs Botswana donates P50,000 for Abbie

FRANCISTOWN: A hazardous waste Management Company, Champs Botswana has answered to the call to save Abian Ntshabele who is suffering from cancer by donating P50,000 Abian Ntshabele or ‘Abbie’ is a 14-year-old Motswana girl from Mochudi who is currently battling a very rare form of ovarian cancer known as immature teratoma in the United Kingdom (UK).The quest to save her has seen Batswana uniting to reach out to the campaign “Lets Help Save Abbie”  to fund her operation and care expenses that stand at $50,000. According to the managing director of Champs Botswana, Baleseng Buzwani  it was not the first time they helped little Abbie as their first gesture was when she was going to the UK and the company donated P9,500. Buzwani emphasised that they did that as part of their corporate social responsibility .“As champs we have met beautiful Abbie when she was still at Princess Marina Hospital, therefore it was essential for us to complete the job we started when we donated P9,500 for her journey to the UK.“So, on the seventh of this month (January), we donated P50,000 to help with her operation,”he said. Buzwani further stated they would have liked to finance the whole operation, but because they heard about the appealat short notice, they only managed to raise P50,000. He also pointed out that it was amazing how Batswana had opened their hearts to this little girl’s ordeal. “Abbie’ s case is not the first one we have had in Botswana, but is by far the one in which Batswana have shown interest and that shows growth among us as a nation.. We are all living our Vision 2016 pillar of a compassion, just and caring nation,”  said Buzwani. Champs Botswana has other outreach programmes such as educating and training the public on hazardous waste such as oil filters and other chemicals. Of recent they have been cleaning chemical waste that has been piling in secondary schools around Botswana. Buzwani said they had covered four regional secondary schools, which included Kasane  and North West, Serowe, Boteti, Mahalapye, Palapye and Kgatleng.

20 Jan,2015


Champs Botswana (PTY) LTD started its operations in 2009 and over the time has developed a lot of expertise and experience in the integrated waste management field. Champs Botswana is mainly a hazardous and general waste management company that strives for a clean and healthy environment through the application of safe disposal and environmentally friendly techniques.


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Contaminated Soil Rehabilitation

Oily Rags Management & Disposal

Disposal of Redundant Chemicals & Chemical Contaminated Waste/Containers

Management of hydrocarbon/hazardous Spillages

Supply of Vehicle & Workshop Spill Kits

Used Oil Management

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