Judge postpones BOFEPUSU, Khama case

BOFEPUSU members and their legal counsel in Lobatse yesterday. PIC KABO MPAETONA
BOFEPUSU members and their legal counsel in Lobatse yesterday. PIC KABO MPAETONA

Justice Michael Leburu has postponed a case in which Botswana Federation of Public Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU) seeks to restrain President Ian Khama and director of Directorate of Public Service Management (DPSM) Carter Morupisi from determining Bargaining Council negotiations. Moreover, BOFEPUSU has been ordered to pay wastage costs for yesterday’s application.

In his short ruling, Leburu said the parties should prepare for two critical matters in the case.  These are the legislative status of the Public Sector Bargaining Council (PSBC) and if the application is properly before the judge.

Respondents, attorney David Moloise appearing with Nchunga Nchunga and Ditto Molodi, argued that on April 7, 2014, they were served with the application and had been busy consulting with their principals.

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