Plot thickens in BOPEU war

BOPEU headquarters
BOPEU headquarters

As the plot thickens in the Botswana Public Employees Union (BOPEU) leadership wars, suspended BOPEU president Masego Mogwera and the expelled general secretary Topias Marenga, face another suit over the ‘unlawful’ possession and use of union motor vehicles.

The union leadership led by acting union president Olefile Monakwe has filed an application at the High Court seeking an order compelling the two former leaders to return the union vehicles. 

This comes just a week after Mogwera also launched a case at the High Court challenging her purported suspension from the union by Monakwe’s faction.

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