The chronicles of BMWU, BCL wage dispute

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SELEBI-PHIKWE: The marathon wage negotiation dispute between Botswana Mine Workers Union and BCL mine that started in April 14, 2014 was finally settled on September 15.

The time in between is splattered with demands and threats by the Union.

At one point it demanded that BCL board chairman Dr Akolang Tombale should sack the mine’s General Manager Daniel Mahupela and Divisional Manager of Organisational Capabilities Motsile Sibanda. Then union members threatened to boycott the October 24 general elections as well as to embark on a strike.

Editor's Comment
We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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