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BFTU ON CLOSURE OF LIQUOR INDUSTRY

BFTU ON CLOSURE OF LIQUOR INDUSTRY

Introduction We have followed with keen interest the continued restrictions imposed on the sale of liquor in order to control the COVID-19 pandemic. We have also received reports of workers woes in the liquor industry through our affiliates, Botswana Transport and General Workers Union (BTGWU). Admittedly, there seem to be a correlation between the spread of the corona virus and the consumption  of  alcoholic  beverages.  This  correlation  is  a  result  of  the behavior of some sections of people after consuming of liquor. There is a tendency for people to gather in drinking places such as ...

BFTU JOINS THE GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION IN SOLIDARITY WITH WORKERS AND ZCTU LEADERS

BFTU JOINS THE GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION IN SOLIDARITY WITH WORKERS AND ZCTU LEADERS

BFTU JOINS THE GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION IN SOLIDARITY WITH WORKERS AND ZCTU LEADERS 1.  September 23rd, 2020 has been slated as Global Day of Action by the International Trade Union Conference- Africa Regional Organisation (ITUC-Africa) in solidarity with the workers of Zimbabwe and supports the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) demands to the Zimbabwean government. BFTU as an affiliate of ITUC-Africa has earnestly heeded to the call. 2.   On the 17th September 2020 BFTU wrote a letter of enquiry to the Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation in an effort to engage with the Botswana Government on specific concerns that we have regarding the situation in Zimbabwe. The Ministry has not responded to the letter to date. 3.   The  global  day  of  action  is  intended  to  raise  union  voices  in  solidarity  with  the  workers  of Zimbabwean and BFTU has therefore joined global federations and wrote to President Emmerson Munangagwa of Zimbabwe condemning in strongest possible terms what we view as blatant ...

BFTU STATEMENT ON corona Virus Outbreak

BFTU STATEMENT ON corona Virus Outbreak

By Thusang Butale, BFTU Secretary General Gaborone, 03rd February 2020 Botswana Federation of Trade Unions (BFTU) has followed reports on the outbreak of the Corona Virus  that  has  been  spreading  across  the  globe  since  January  2020.  The  Virus  which  was  first reported in China, has recently claimed its first victim outside china in the Philippines. We have further noted communications from the Ministry of Health and Wellness on suspected corona virus patients who have ...

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