BOSETU wants to run teachers day

Modukanele. BOSETU president
Modukanele. BOSETU president

BOSETU president, Kwenasebele Modukanele says that they want to change the mandate of the annual Teachers’ Day Commemorations and run the commemorations as opposed to the prevailing climate whereby government is at the forefront.

He was speaking at the  19th annual conference in Palapye,  under the theme: ‘Revitalizing BOSETU from Narrative to Practical Execution of Core Mandate’.

“Teachers Day is currently funded by the government, we want to change the mandate of Teachers’ Day. We want the government to let the union take over the Teachers’ Day and let us run it. We also want National Teachers Day and International Teachers’ Day to be converted into one.  But if the government is reluctant in doing it, we can run it,” he said.

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