PREMATURE EVACUATION

13th September 2017
FRONT PAGE Source:The Midweek Sun

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By Kemoreilwe Jimson - Reporter


The troubled Botswana Public Employees Union (BOPEU) leadership moved swiftly on Tuesday to terminate the contract of Executive Chairman of Babereki Investments, Andrew Motsamai. This comes after Motsamai was slapped with ten days leave last week while the leadership wanted to establish financial mismanagement at the business arm of the union. On Monday a board meeting was held and it was decided that the two parties should part ways. Motsamai was on a five-year contract with the business arm of the union. He was employed earlier this year after resigning as the union President. “It is true we have decided that we part ways with comrade and pay his benefits. There was no way we could have kept him looking at how things have been happening in the business. He will be paid what he is supposed to get from us,” said the source. At a monthly salary of P70 000 per month on a contract of five years, Motsamai is expected to get a whopping P4 million from his employer as contractual obligations and benefits.




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