Permanent Secretary Salary in Botswana

Permanent Secretary Salary in Botswana

What is Permanent Secretary ?

A permanent secretary is the most senior civil servant of a department or ministry charged with running the department or ministry’s day-to-day activities.

Permanent Secretary Salary in Botswana

Permanent Secretaries currently earn P41,200 per month. With the three percent salary increase, they will smile all the way to the bank to rake in P42,436.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is permanent secretary salary?

Following the newly approved consolidated salary structure, which Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State recently approved for the state public servants, Permanent Secretaries will take home about N1 million, directors, N347. 733.00 while N18,780 had been agreed upon as the state new minimum wage.

Who is the permanent secretary in Botswana?

The Permanent Secretary to the President, Emma Peloetletse, has excoriated public servants for their poor work ethic and attitudes in the workplace and called them to up their game because Batswana are not happy with their non-delivery.

What level is permanent secretary?

Every ministry have a permanent secretary, before an officer is made permanent secretary he must have reached level 15. In every ministry you have permanent secretary and commissioner; they oversee all the mails that come into the office. Director- each department in the ministry is headed by a director.

How do I become a secretary in Botswana?

A company secretary operating in Botswana must demonstrate through a practicing license to be one of the following:

  1. A legal practitioner.
  2. A member of the Botswana Institute of Accountants.
  3. A member of the Southern African Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.

How powerful are permanent secretaries?

Working to the Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service, Permanent Secretaries are collectively responsible for supporting proper and effective decision-making, the implementation of the Government’s cross-cutting and departmental priorities, and the efficient use of resources.

Is a Permanent Secretary a civil servant?

A permanent secretary is the most senior civil servant in a department. Each supports the government minister at the head of the department, who is accountable to Parliament for the department’s actions and performance. The permanent secretary is the accounting officer for their department, reporting to Parliament.

Who appoints permanent secretaries?

Article 155(3)(a) of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, mandates the Public Service Commission to recommend to the President persons for nomination and appointment as Principal Secretaries.

What is the duty of permanent secretary?

The following is a listing of the generic duties of a Permanent Secretary: To provide support and advice to the Minister, among other things by: Anticipating issues in the Senate and House of Representatives or the media. Managing current issues and problems, keeping the Minister fully informed.

How many female permanent secretaries are there?

In total, there have been 35 female permanent secretaries, including those currently in post. The figure of 10 female permanent secretaries includes Antonia Romeo, Permanent Secretary at the Department of International Trade who takes up her role in March 2017.

What does a second Permanent Secretary do?

As a member of the Treasury’s Executive Management Board (EMB), which acts as the collective leadership of the Treasury, the Second Permanent Secretary and EMB colleagues will be expected to actively and visibly shape the department’s forward work plan and monitor and manage the delivery of the whole range of Treasury …