Poverty and class inequality a reality ďż˝ Molutsi

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) Dr Patrick Molutsi has acknowledged that there is poverty and inequality in Botswana.

Molutsi said that about 20 years ago, it was thought that those who wrote about poverty and class inequality were bluffing. He was speaking at the launch of the National Amalgamated Local and Central Government and Parastatal Workers Union (NALCGPWU) book, titled

“The Making of an African Working Class: Politics, Law, Cultural Protest in the Manual Workers Union of Botswana”, at the University of Botswana. Emeritus Professor Pnina Werbner of Keele University wrote the book.

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