BFTU manifesto emphasises on early retirement policy

FRANCISTOWN: Botswana Federation of Trade Unions (BFTU) has recommended that any party that takes over after 2019 general elections should vigorously pursue the early retirement policy.

The winning party should also offer sound incentives so that elderly employees take early retirement in order to create employment opportunities for the youth.

The recommendations are contained in the federation’s manifesto. Corruption and unemployment are some of the topics that form the core of federation’s manifesto, which will be under circulation before the end of the week.

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