Botswana is currently the world’s third largest producer of uranium.
The country’s top miner, South Africa’s Vale, is also one of the world-renowned mining companies.
But mining has been a difficult and dangerous business for the country’s poor, and mining has seen an increasing number of deaths.
As a result, Botswana has become a hotbed of controversy.
The world’s leading mining company Vale has been in the news lately for its apparent ties to the controversial anti-mining organization Blackwater, which has been implicated in multiple deadly attacks on protesters and peace activists in the country.
Vale also operates a massive uranium mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
But mining isn’t the only industry in Botswana that’s facing serious challenges.
A recent report from the United Nations and the World Bank highlighted the country as one of South Africa ‘s biggest bottlenecks in the supply chain.
Botswana ranks No. 25 in the world for its per capita mineral resource, according to the World Resources Institute.
“We are in a dire situation in terms of the demand for mineral resources, and we have some of the poorest countries in the whole of Africa,” said Mafobe Nyakanwala, South African president of the World Resource Institute, in an interview with National Geographic News.
For example, despite being ranked the second poorest country in the African continent, Botswanans still receive more mineral resources per capita than many other countries in South Africa.
The problem is exacerbated by the country being home to the worlds second largest diamond mining operation, Minescape, which operates in the same region as Vale and South Africa, according the United States International Trade Commission.
According to the United Nation’s World Resources Council, Botswans mining sector has been the world ‘s third largest by revenue in the past decade, after Russia and China.
It is estimated that Botswana ‘s mines could supply about 1.8 billion cubic meters of diamonds a year to the global market, according a report by the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
While mining and other industries are the most difficult for Botswana to manage, other challenges have also been faced.
Botswana also has a high rate of HIV infections among its population, the World Health Organization said.
Despite these challenges, Botswatans mining industry is thriving.
The national government has announced that the country will increase the national budget for mining to 1.5 billion rand ($175 million) in the coming years.
South Africa’s mining sector is also seeing a growing demand for the mineral resources.
With the recent expansion of mines in the DRC and Zambia, Botsa, Botswa and Zambian mining companies are now looking at new mineral resource areas.
The Botswana-Uganda-South Africa (BVS) Economic Development Cooperation Partnership is seeking to establish new mining companies in the Zambian provinces of Zambia and Uganda.
One of the countries biggest mining companies, Vale SA, has partnered with mining giant Uranium Mining Company to mine a deposit of coal in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal.
In 2014, the Botswana government signed a $6.5 million deal with Uranium, which is owned by U.S. company Blackwater.
Blackwater is a private security company, and has been accused of assassinating protesters and assassinating African politicians.
As the world turns its attention to the mining boom in Botswan, the government is also seeking to diversify the economy.
President Mwangi Zuma has promised to create jobs in the mining industry.
Meanwhile, Botsawans government has been seeking to strengthen the countrys mining sector by expanding its coal mine.
Mangwana mines have been approved for expansion by the Botswan National Mining Council.
The mining council is comprised of Botswana officials, representatives from the mining sector and representatives from other countries.
On Monday, the mining council approved the expansion of the Mangwana mine to 4,000 tons, which will create up to 50 jobs in mining, according Reuters.
However, some critics are not buying the government’s plan to expand the Mangwan mines.
Ugandan mining company UMC has announced plans to mine the same coal as Botswana, and is reportedly planning to increase its mines to 5,000-ton capacity.
And, while the Botsawas mining industry has become one of its main industries, it is facing problems elsewhere.
Because of the country ‘s proximity to China, Botsans mining is also increasingly linked to the country , as China is one of Botswan ‘s major export markets.
To boost Botswanas mining industry , the government has launched a series of projects in the Botswa region.
Under a project called ‘Botswan: Botswana and China’, the Botswas government is investing $20 million to help the Botsawan mining industry by building