Shortage of Invigilators Rock Gaborone

Shortage of Invigilators Rock Gaborone
Shortage of Invigilators Rock Gaborone

Owing to the fact that Gaborone has become a leading covid19 hotspot, BOSETU says their intelligence have revealed that many teachers have withdrawn availing themselves for invigila-tion in this year’s examinations in the city.

According to BOSETU the teachers took issues of personal safety into con-sideration and decided to opt out, “We hear there is shortage of invigilators in Gaborone. Invigilation is not compulsory, as per a ruling by courts of law in our 2017 case against  the Botswana Examinations Council(BEC) that invigilation and marking can-not be forced on teachers since it is the job of BEC, so no one should be forced to do those activities, they are done out of vo-lition and when they are done they should be paid”. 

Editor's Comment
Tighten the law on drug dealers

Our youth are perishing; their once hopeful bright future is going down the drain; all because of illicit drugs.It is very easy to blame the addict, but it is not as simple as that! Drug dealing is a very lucrative business for some shameless people amongst our society and as such they have come up with tight strategies on how to push their business.Drug addiction is bad, and while the individual on drugs sometimes might have been the one who...

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