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February 21, 2024
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COLEPE BAGS MASSIVE VICTORY

Maseru, Jan. 15 — Coalition of Lesotho Public Employees (COLEPE) says failure for the government to attend a bargaining process meeting means they (COLEPE) have bagged a 25 percent salary increment.

COLEPE has been pushing for a salary hike since beginning of 2022. They even penned a letter to then Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro requesting him to ensure that the 2022/2023 financial estimates guarantee an increase in their salaries and by not less than 25 percent.

After the current government took power, COLEPE had two encounters with the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Employment, Mr. Richard Ramoeletsi who escalated that they meet with the Prime Minister Mr. Ntsokoane Matekane in which government requested that they (COLEPE) give the former time to collect money.  Additionally, the government had indicated that by November 2023, they will then resume the 25 percent negotiation process.

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