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Mr. Resego Keipidile

Mr. Resego Keipidile

C E E P Manager

Transformation, Design & Systems Thinking as well as Strategy lie at the very core of Resego Keipidile’s wealth of knowledge and experience as professional.

Resego is responsible for delivering a step change in Citizen Economic Empowerment for Morupule Coal Mine. His experience in Citizen Economic Empowerment Program (CEEP) and strategy execution covers delivery of Debswana Diamond Company’s BWP8billion pula Supply of Fuel CEEP initiative through implementation of the transformation strategy.

Resego was responsible for implementation of the Debswana flagship Supplier Development programme where the company achieved a set target of BWP3.2billion citizen spend in 2021, which saw the programme win an award on African Commendation for commitment to economic empowerment across the supply chain.

Resego has vast experience in Contract, Commercial Management and Supply Chain Management in both the private and the public sectors. Resego has managed to establish relationships with public, private sector and financial institutions throughout his career in citizen economic empowerment to deliver programmes through collaborations.

Some of his roles at MCM include opening up supply chains for citizen owned companies, ensuring delivery of CEEP strategy in line with MCM’s 5-year strategic intent to allow integration of CEEP initiatives in to MCM Expansion plans.

Resego is a graduate of the University of the West of England - Bristol, school of Built Environment and Engineering in Honours Construction Commercial Management, with a Management Development Programme qualification from the University of Stellenbosch. Resego is a member of the International Institution of Contract & Commercial Managers.

Events with this Speaker

1st Nov
08:00 - 12:00

#PushaBW Forum


The #PushaBW campaign was launched in December 2018. The campaign is a national initiative aimed at encouraging and rallying Batswana to actively grow the local economy by supporting and buying locally made products, supporting local initiatives and using local services. The campaign implores Batswana to empower, sustain and grow the country by consciously purchasing and using products made and grown in Botswana. 

The campaign is premised to achieve the following key tenets:

  • Buy more:

To drive encourage and drive the population to buy and utilize more local products and services

  • Awareness creation:
  • Support local producers with marketing activities that create awareness of their products.
  • Give reason to take action:
  • To provide public education on reasons to ‘Buy Botswana’
  • Where to find them:
  • Development of a local supplier Database for Botswana products and services that can be accessible by Batswana
  • Advocate for policy:
  • Advocacy for key policy issues and interventions that will lead to the success of the campaign

The campaign continues to gain significant momentum, this is proven by the notable support and uptake from various stakeholders who have bought into it and have even partnered with Brand Botswana for campaign collaborations. The #PushaBW campaign has sub themes being #ListenLocal which is aimed at promoting local music, #EatLocal aimed at promoting Botswana’s cuisine and #TravelLocal which is aimed at promoting local travel to various tourism destinations in the country. 

#PushaBW Forum

As another avenue to achieve the above objectives of the campaign, Brand Botswana annually hosts the #PushaBW Forum during the Global Expo Botswana. Through the Forum, Brand Botswana aims to create a platform where local stakeholders interact to discuss different issues. In the past, the below have been discussed: 

  • Consumer behavior around local goods and services
  • What is required to get the population to procure more local
  • The role of different stakeholders in the buy local initiative
  • What are the local quality standards and how producers can ensure that their products meet the required levels of quality for consumer uptake
  • The branding and packaging that is of the standard required to be on local shelves
  • What can be done to stimulate interest in local products and services

Past themes

YearFocus/Theme Participating stakeholders 
2019Product development (standards, branding, labelling)NFTRC, BOBS, Branding expert, Arona Natutral Foods  
2020Facilitating access for local producer in retail space Major retail outlets, DeBeers, Hilton Garden Inn, White Label Fragrances 

The 2022 edition of the #PushaBW Forum will focus on notable achievements since the launch of the #PushaBW as well as notable outcomes from the last two editions of the #PushaBW Forum.  The event will consist of a presentation on how supporting/buying local impacts on the Nation Brand and panel discussions featuring entities that have made deliberate efforts to support/buy local, focusing on challenges, experiences and success stories.

Register for the B2B Matchmaking today!

The Business Matchmaking programme is an initiative to manage and create targeted one-on-one meetings between exhibitors and visitors to avail the opportunity to discuss business prospects