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Factory unions cancel demonstration

Factory workers during a past march action


May 14, 2021 1 min read

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FACTORY workers unions have cancelled their demonstration that was scheduled for Friday, after police turned down their request to march.

The deputy General Secretary of the National Clothing Textile and Allied Workers Union (NACTWU), Tšepang Makakole said although they were not allowed to take to the streets, they will do everything in their power to secure the required permit in order to continue with their plans.

He said starting from Friday morning; no factory worker is expected at work as they are picketing outside their factory gates until they have a permit in their hands.

Mr Makakole said they want the government to immediately release the gazette for 2020/2021 which they have been requesting, before they could conclude their plans.
 


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The unions involved in the mass action include NACTWU, United Textile Employees (UNITE), Lesotho Clothing and Allied Workers Union (LECAWU), Construction, Mining and Quarrying Allied Workers Association (CMQ), Lesotho Workers Association (LEWA) and Lentsoe La Sechaba.
The demonstration was intended for Prime Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro and the Minister of Labour and Employment Moshe Leoma.

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