About us

Our Mission as Ceramic Flooring (Pty) Ltd. t/a Hyper Home Centre

is to provide quality services in interior decoration, carpeting, lighting

and flooring in Botswana in general and Gaborone in particular.

Who We Are

Ceramic Flooring (Pty) Ltd. t/a Hyper Home Centre was incorporated at the office of the Registar of Companies,

Ministry of Trade and Industry, Republic of Botswana under the Companies Act (Cap 42:01) vide,

 Registration No. 92/390 dated 3rd March, 1992. Ceramic Flooring (Pty) Ltd. t/a Hyper Home Centre,

Gaborone, owned and governed by its Board of Directors empowered under its Memorandum and

Articles of Association. The company is owned by a family from South Africa.

The company is based in Gaborone,Botswana.

 

Administration and Management

The company operates as a corporate body and is governed by the Board of Directors, who devices the policies

of the organization and appoints the Managing Director who works under its guidance. More specifically,

the organizational and operational structures. Tools and hierarchy are as follows:

  • Statue & Structure
  • Board of Directors
  • HR Development Policy

i. Statue & Structure

The Memorandum and Articles of Association of Ceramic Flooring (Pty) Ltd. t/a Hyper Home Centre is the governing statute of the company, which empowers its subscribers/shareholders to constitute and appoint its Board of Directors.


The Board of Directors of Ceramic Flooring (Pty) Ltd. t/a Hyper Home Centre has developed the following operational and functional structure for the organization.

  • Board of Directors
  • Chairman Board of Directors
  • Managing Director
  • Subordinate staff
  • Pool of craftsman

ii. Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Ceramic Flooring (Pty) ltd. t/a Hyper Home Centre formulates strategy, policies, plans and programmes with respect to human and financial resource management, administration and operation of the Company. In order to ensure smooth operation of the company through a sound management, the Board is responsible to;

  • Examine operational functional needs of the company in realization of the specific teaching, general administration and Financial functions and creating different departments by dividing work load equally determining the scope of specific assignments with a clear functional structure.
  • Asses human resource needs of the Company particularly required to undertake multifaceted assignments in different departments, and creating Company's organizational structure with the nomenclature of each job under each department with a clear administrative hierarchy.
  • Appoint a fulltime Managing Director, either among themselves or from outside, to co-ordinate operational and financial activities of the Company, advise the Board on policies and Programmes, and handle the day to day affairs of the Company on behalf of the Board and report back to the Board as and when called.
  • Appoint Supervisor, on the Managing Director, to co-ordinate operational activities on site in accordance with the approved policies and programmes of the Company.
  • Prepare conditions of service compromising areas of responsibilities, code of administration, remunerations and awards and procedures to meet the exigencies of the service and review it periodically.

iii. HR Development Policy

The Board of Directors of the company has devised its Human Resource Policy which attends to the issues such as recruitment, salary structure, number of staff required, remuneration of each post, qualifications and experience required for each post, terms and conditions of service and disciplinary action, etc. The Human Resource Development Policy is based on the following statutory documents;

  • Employment Act
  • Employment of Non-Citizen Act
  • Trade Dispute Act
  • Workmen's of Minimum Order
  • Regulations of Minimum Order