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    How long do I repay my loan – minimum term and maximum?
    Minimum one (1) month and maximum sixty (60) months.
    Is the loan insured?
    All loans are immediately insured through Bayport’s Credit Life product.
    What happens if I pass away and I still have to pay back my loan?
    As soon as you take out a loan with Bayport your loan amount is immediately insured with our Credit Life product, which will take care of your loan when you can’t. If you are retrenched, disabled, pass away or get a dreaded disease like cancer, the money you still owe on your loan will be paid back to Bayport by the insurance company.However, please note that death by suicide within 12 months of taking out the loan is not covered by Credit Life insurance.
    What happens if I get retrenched?
    Again, Bayport’s Credit Life insurance product will take care of your loan when you can’t. When you take out a Bayport loan, you take out Credit Life Cover at the same time. If you are retrenched, disabled, pass away or get a dreaded disease like cancer, the money you still owe on your loan will be paid back to Bayport by the insurance company.
    How long does the loan process take to disburse?
    After receiving all documentations – 48hrs.
    Is there a penalty fee for an early settlement?
    Yes, there is a penalty fee of three (3) months interest.
    Should I be banking at a particular bank?
    No, you can bank at any of your choice.
    How many branches do you have?
    We have fourteen (14) branches currently, and are in the process of expanding and more branches will be opened in the near future.

    • Francistown
    • Gaborone
    • Gaborone Head Office
    • Ghanzi
    • Molepolole
    • Kanye
    • Kang
    • Lobatse
    • Maun
    • Mahalapye
    • Palapye
    • Phikwe
    • Serowe
    • Tshabong
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Sebele 1 Primary School in Molepolole – prize giving ceremony

Students received prizes for excelling in various academic pursuits, while the teachers were honoured for their dedication to nurturing young minds.

Father Maphongo, director of Bayport Botswana, had the opportunity to address the students, teachers and parents. He implored Sebele 1 to work together as a team to achieve better results. “Students are supposed to learn hard and also take their studies seriously and avoid bad behaviour. Parents are also supposed to see to it that their children work hard on their studies. They should get involved in their children’s school work and not just see it as teachers’ responsibilities.”


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