You could contact +267 4711 375, fax +267 4711 385, or email infobotrail [dot] bw. You could also find more information on our website.
Yes, you can benefit from Botswana Railways freight service by opening an account for regular movement of bulk commodities between Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Botswana Railways has standing agreements with Transnet Freight Rail and the National Railways of Zimbabwe on commodity movement. This allows you to open an account and pay for all railway administrations at a central point.
The services facilitates the import-export business by:
Facilitating and boosting trade on the major entry and exit points of the country.
Streamlining customs formalities, with the aim of speeding up clearance in as little time as possible.
Provide door to door delivery service and subsequently, reduce customers' costs and problems.
Botswana Railways have the following services:
Freight Services mainly, transportation of commodities such as cement, coal, copper, soda ash, salt, fuel, grain and other consolidated freight.
Dry ports terminals vis a vis Francon in the north and Gabcon in the south.
Blue Mark Service, a cost effective, overnight, door-to-door parcel delivery service which runs between Lobatse and Francistown.
The Botswana Railways Headquarters are located along the A1 Road, in Mowana Ward in Mahalapye.
All tenders are advertised through the local papers and on our website under the Suppliers section.
Botswana Railways does not accept unsolicited CV’s. All jobs open to members of the general public can be found in the Careers section on our web site. You will have to apply for a specific role, in a specific location in order to be considered for the job.
All vacancies are advertised through the local papers and on our website. For our latest job offerings see our Careers Section on the BR website.
You can download the Annual Report or request a copy to be sent to you by submitting an online enquiry. For all other publications, please submit an online enquiry.
All this information is available on our website under the History section.