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Botswana Public Officers Pensions Fund (BPOPF) is the biggest pension fund in Botswana. The Fund was registered in 2001 as a result of a Government decision to change the Public Officer’s Pension arrangement from a Defined Benefit Pension Scheme to a Defined Contribution Pension Scheme.

The Fund has experienced phenomenal growth since its inception owing to the overwhelming positive response as public servants exercised their option to join the fund. At the heart of what we do is our focus on our members and pensioners, which compels us to constantly and consistently seek solutions to meet their needs.

As is required by the Pensions and Provident Funds Act, the BPOPF has in place management structures that enable...Learn More

Those employed before BPOPF was established in 2001 and opted to join the Fund. Those employed in April 2001 as permanent and pensionable and after, automatically became members of BPOPF. Those who were industrial class employees and affected by the Public service Act of 2008 and opted to become...Learn More

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October 16, 2020

The BPOPF wishes to inform its valued Members that the Gaborone Head...Read More

October 08, 2020

The Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund (BPOPF) request the members...Read More

October 06, 2020

Please attached rebuttal by The Fund to the article published in The...Read More

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  • Members
  • 157 000+
  • Total Assets
  • P66+ Billion
  • Total Current Liabilities
  • P7+ Billion