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Isaac Pheko GABORONE, Botswana: The All-new 7th generation Isuzu D-Max was officially launched in Gaborone, Botswana in a glitzy event that attracted His Excellency President Dr Mokgweetsi E.K Masisi and cabinet ministers. The same occasion marked the official opening of the new state of the art Motor Holdings facility, which houses the Isuzu brand in the country. Speaking during the opening ceremony Motor Holding Managing Director Badeti Tibone said the opening of the dealership facility marks a dream that started many years ago and this is an exciting day for his company. “This project did not come without challenges. The area used to be a dumping site and to construction the building was an expensive exercise. The property had to be rehabilitated and because of pressure from chairman we had to it”, he said. “We have a state-of-the-art workshop where you bring your vehicle and within 30 min it can be serviced.” Tibone said the new facility had drawn inspiration from customers and community that they service in the country. “In all aspects we are excited this day is here. The D-Max will be launched today. You will have an opportunity to see it today. We promise to bring establishment for all your transport needs. We realized the dream and it is coming to life.” Speaking during the same occasion Isuzu South Africa Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Billy Tom said the day marked the officially launch of the company’s boldest bakkie fully assembled in Africa for African conditions. “Welcome to the new age. “With over 100 dealerships across Southern Africa and 4000 employees. This is an opportunity to take stock and realise how much has been achieved and get back to work”. Tom said Isuzu has a footprint of over 28 years in Botswana and it as planted as morula tree and sengapari plant in the country

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