Mohohlo to step down after 40 years at Bank of Botswana

Mohohlo will retire this month leaving behind a successful legacy

She has been the leader of the Bank of Botswana for 17 years, but on October 20, Linah Mohohlo will step down from her post as governor, ending a 40-year career at the institution.

Mohohlo, who has worked at the central bank since its inception in 1976, first joined as a personal assistant to the deputy governor and later the governor.

Since then she has risen through the ranks, serving in a number of roles including director of the financial market department and deputy governor, before being

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