The Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund is a legal entity, which was created in accordance with the provisions of the Pensions and Provident Fund Act, 1987 as well as the associated Pensions and Provident Funds Regulations, 1988.

Upon registration the Fund formulated its own Rules, which serve to guide the management of functions of the Fund. The rules of the BPOPF are binding on members, trustees and officers.

The provisions of the Income Tax also govern the Fund particularly the Income Tax (Superannuation Funds) Regulations, 1995. The Income Tax Act and all other relevant Acts mentioned above can be acquired from Botswana Government Printers Bookshop.

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Aug 10, 2022
Actuarial Valuation Report Simplified 2022

We have attached the abridged Actuarial Valuation Report for 2022.
Click on the link below to access the report.

Aug 03, 2022
How To Plan For Retirement

We have put together an article for you on the things to consider when planning for your retirement.

Aug 01, 2022
Declaration Of Final Interest Rates for 2021/2022

Please see attached the Final Interest Rates for the years 2021/2022

Jun 27, 2022
Data Clean Up Frequently Asked Questions

We have put together a list of questions and answers around the ongoing Data Clean exercise.

Jun 13, 2022
Statement Of Assurance

Please find attached a statement of assurance from the Board Chairman

Jun 06, 2022
The Importance of Tax Filing

Please see attached column on the importance of filing your tax returns as a Member.

Feb 22, 2022
The Importance Of Retirement Planning

We have put together an article on the importance of retirement planning. Please read it as it will provide valuable insights on retirement and…

Jan 31, 2022
Pre Retirement Counselling

It’s never too early to start planning for retirement, the earlier the better.

This is a counselling session or discussion held with…

Jan 31, 2022
Pre Retirement Counselling

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Pre-Retirement Counselling ke di puisano tse re nnang letsone le maloko…

Dec 06, 2021
Additional Voluntary Contributions

Saving is crucial and saving more is even better. A business magnate and investor, Mr. Warren Edward Buffet, says “Do not save what is left after…

Nov 22, 2021
Nearing Your Retirement?
Nov 22, 2021
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