BTU, BOSETU To Drag Gov't To Court

Tobokani Rari PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Tobokani Rari PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

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This was confirmed by BTU president Gotlamang Oitsile in an interview with The Monitor in Palapye over the weekend, where the union held its conferences for the Tertiary, Secondary, as well as Gender and Human Rights Sectors.

On June 18 this year, BTU in collaboration with BOSETU wrote to the Ministry of Basic Education (MoBE), Ministry of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology as well as the Ministry of Employment Labour, Productivity and Skills Development, demanding that several challenges faced by teachers that are linked to COVID-19 should be dealt with urgently. The aforementioned ministries are considered key stakeholders in education.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

That is indeed a welcome development, especially looking at the fact that the manual way of doing things is slowly disappearing and competency in the use of computers and other digital gadgets has become a must.The simple way of looking at it is just an example that almost all companies have gone completely digital and school leavers will be better placed after leaving school, because they will already be familiar with the use of computers.The...

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