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Article By: Keba Rasekhutla A rift within the labor movement has ignited debates among unions regarding proposed salary increments. In an exclusive interview with Gabz FM, Secretary General of BOSETU, Tobokani Rari, explored the root causes, citing divergent perspectives as the primary catalyst. Rari advocated for a uniform salary increment model to tackle inflationary pressures comprehensively across sectors. He raised concerns over the Manual Workers Union's proposal for a segmented approach, arguing it undermines fairness and equity in wage policies and threatens the unity of the labor movement.


At the heart of the conflict is the debate over whether salary increments should follow a standardized framework for all workers or cater to specific job categories. Rari expressed fears of a fractured labor front, highlighting potential repercussions on collective bargaining power and the overall well-being of workers.

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