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LOBATSE: President Ian Khama and the Director of Public Service Management Carter Morupisi will next week Wednesday know whether their actions on unilateral salary increment were unlawful.

The High Court Judge Michael Leburu has postponed the case to next week when he will make a determination on the ongoing legal battle between the Botswana Federation of Public Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU) and President Khama over averments regarding salary increments.

Lawyers representing Khama and Morupisi wanted the case struck off the roll, as it did not comply with the rules governing trade disputes. Attorney David Moloisi submitted before Leburu that as per the labour rules, unions should have applied for mediation or for arbitration.

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