Bosa Bosele Institute struggling to pay salaries

Allan Keitseng
Allan Keitseng

Employees at Bosa Bosele Institute are embittered by late payment of salaries that hit the facility hard this year. Disgruntled workers have turned to trade unions for intervention as the inconvenience has become unbearable.

Management has attributed the delays, which they say started in June, to government’s decision not to sponsor Diploma programmes at the three campus - Gaborone, Francistown and Selebi-Phikwe. 

An affected worker said since the beginning of the year the institution was at pains to remunerate them.

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