Kgathi accuses opposition of inciting jobseekers

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Government has accused opposition Members of Parliament (MPs) of causing public disorder by lending support to unemployed youths who converged on Parliament Monday in protest at the lack of jobs in the country.

In a statement delivered to the House yesterday, Minister of Defence, Justice and Security, Shaw Kgathi, highly condemned the act, describing it as “undermining public order” and fuelled by certain opposition politicians.

“They were encouraged by MPs Phenyo Butale, Isaac Davids, Pius Mokgware and Dithapelo Keorapetse. Indeed it is true the four MPs took time to address the picketers, and there is a recording in which they told them that they had the right to express themselves,” he said.

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Tighten the law on drug dealers

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