Bosetu decries poor employer relations


Teachers union, Bosetu says relations with the public service employer under president Mokgweetsi Masisi are not showing any signs of improvement as teachers still have as many as nine(9) unresolved industrial relations matters before the courts.

At a press briefing, briefing the media Bosetu Secretary General, Tobokani Rari said the high number of cases in courts is clear demonstration that there is just too many deadlocks and bad blood between the union and the employer on many issues that are best resolved on the table but end up in the courts.

Rari says what continues to bother Bosetu is that the employer continues to defy court orders in on issues where the courts had made a determination .

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