The “Botswana Co-operative Society Act No. 19 2013” is an act that provides for the registration of co-operative societies, their effective management, and the development of skills. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of various entities within a co-operative society, such as the Arbitration Committee, Board, and Director for Co-operative Development. The act also details the process of liquidation and judicial management of a society, and the settlement of disputes. It was enacted by the Parliament of Botswana and came into effect on a date appointed by the Minister. View the Resource.