Limko varsity escapes sheriff's hammer

Limkokwing campus
Limkokwing campus

It is business as usual for now at the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology Botswana Campus after escaping a sale in execution for allegedly failing to pay salary arrears to its then employees.

The university that is currently in a legal battle with 42 former employees was to have its properties auctioned following a default award issued against them by the Department of Labour office early this year.

According to court documents, on February 19, 2019 a part time arbitrator, Thembo Lebang, gave the former employees default award against Limkokwing helping them leverage to auction the university’s property to recover their owed salary arrears.

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