UBASSU unhappy with salary increment

UB Vice Chacellor Norris and Manual Workers Union chief negotiator Rabasimane during signing of the agreement PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
UB Vice Chacellor Norris and Manual Workers Union chief negotiator Rabasimane during signing of the agreement PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Professor Motsumi Marobela who is the president of University of Botswana Academic Support Staff Union (UBASSU) is crying foul indicating that the University of Botswana (UB) management has gone behind the unions’ back to negotiate with third parties in the struggle.

UBASSU together with University of Botswana Staff Union (UBSU) had been calling for the university to award them a 15% salary increment for quite some time now.

The two unions content that six years have passed without them getting any increment. The UB and the two unions have been at loggerheads for quite some time now going back and forth as they failed to reach a common ground.

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