Whose voice is BOFEPUSU representing?

Following the controversial BOFEPUSU elective congress two weeks ago, where members or delegates of the five unions affiliate members were denied their right to elect their preferred potential candidates, it is evident that there are more questions than there are answers.

Please allow me to further discuss challenges that public sector unions are faced with and allow me further, to provide alternative and lasting solutions to this predicament in which we (ordinary members) find ourselves. ( Remo gare ga naka tsa Nare).

The working class in this country is facing difficult times, there is lack of sufficient representation of the workers, the workers need a serious Trade Unions and a Federation which is duly recognised by International Labour Organisation and Government, as the national labour centre.

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