Unions urged to fight precarious work

BLLAHWU president Kesebonye PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
BLLAHWU president Kesebonye PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: The extent of precarious work phenomenon in the country is growing at a very alarming rate.

For this reason, trade unions must now amplify their voices in a bid to curb the growth of precarious jobs in the country, through advocating for proper employment policies and regulatory frameworks.

This is according to Botswana Land Board & Local Authorities & Health Workers Union (BLLAHWU) President Thatayaone Kesebonye. In an interview with Mmegi on the sidelines of the union’s triennial congress early this week Kesebonye said that beginning the year 2020 the BLLAHWU and affiliates at BOFEPUSU would starting a relentless fight against the growth of precarious jobs in the country.

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