CoA raps govt as BOFEPUSU triumphs

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The court of Appeal (CoA) has ruled in favour of Botswana Federation of Public Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU), against President Ian Khama and the Director of Public Service Management (DPSM).

A panel of four judges - Judge President of CoA Ian Kirby, and Justices Foxcroft and Isaac Lesetedi unanimously agreed that by their conduct, President Khama and DPSM Carter Morupisi did not negotiate in good faith when government implemented the four percent salary increment in 2014.

“The conduct of the respondents in implementing the unilateral 4 percent salary increment to members of the applicant trade unions constitutes breach of the duty to bargain in good faith,” Kirby said in delivering the ruling this week.

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