Welcome to BLLAHWU
A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
The purpose of this brief is to sensitize and give you a brief insight to the journey of Botswana Unified Local Government Servants Association (BULGSA) till it underwent the process of name change to Botswana Land Boards and Local Authorities Workers Union (BLLAWU). However this brief would not give a day by day account or history, but will pick some triumphant and painful moments in the life of BULGSA.
At first it was Bechuanaland Junior Tribal Employees Association which was registered before independence and later transformed into a Union sometimes in 1970 but duly registered as Botswana Local Government workers union on the 15th January 1971 under Trade union Act 24 of 1969. Things changed again when Government prohibited public servants to form Unions and this change of events saw the Botswana Local Government Workers union giving birth to Botswana Unified Local Government Service Association in 1974 under ULGS Act and now is Botswana Land Boards and Local Authorities Workers Union (BLLAWU).
17 Apr, 2020
BLLAHSA GAMES 2020
The games are to be held under the theme :
'' Sports for Union mobilisation''
and is set to be a spectacular event with elegance.
The games are to be held at Selibe Phikwe.
Please cal +267 3932399 or
email : email@example.com
for more information.
See you there BLLAHWU members....
Viva BLLAHWU !!!!!Viva!!!
SAFETY OF FRONTLINE WORKERS ON COVID-19
It is not yet clear if the current measures taken by the Government
guarantee workers safety and productivity.
We therefore, urge the Government to immediately take all the necessary
measures to ensure that the lives and health of workers as well as
protection of their labour rights are guaranteed as they will be in
the frontline of the battle against Coronavirus . BLLAHWU accentuate
the heroic contribution of health care workers in hospitals, clinics and
other services who are striving to protect the lives of the people in the
country under exhausting conditions ,poor and inadequate health system.