BLLAHWU urges gov’t to resuscitate PSBC

BLLAHWU Triennial congress delegates PIC: PALESA GASELABONE
BLLAHWU Triennial congress delegates PIC: PALESA GASELABONE

FRANCISTOWN: Calls for the resuscitation of the Public Service Bargaining Council (PSBC) rang loud during the recent triennial congress of the Botswana Land Board and Local Authorities and Health Workers Union (BLLAHWU).

When delivering an address during the congress, BLLAHWU president, Thatayaone Kesebonye said the revival of the PSBC was long overdue.

Kesebonye stated that the PSBC is the only legal structure that the employer and trade unions can use to discuss issues of workers’ interests.

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