Police union, SAPU has applied for an urgent interdict at the Labour Court in…

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Police union, SAPU has applied for an urgent interdict at the Labour Court in Johannesburg, to stop the South African Police Service (SAPS) from establishing gang units across the country. This after the Anti-Gang Unit was launched recently in the Western Cape. The union’s notice of motion in the application lists National Police Commisioner, Kehla Sithole, Police Minister Bheki Cele and fellow police union, POPCRU as the first, second and third respondents.The respondents have until midday on Friday to deliver answering affidavits if they oppose the matter, whereafter SAPU will have until 4pm on Monday to file a replying affidavit. SAPU is citing a lack of conultation on the establihment of the Anti-Gang Unit as one of the main reaons it is applying for the interdict.

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5 comments on “Police union, SAPU has applied for an urgent interdict at the Labour Court in…

  1. Niqalile engku xasiqala nje kuthi kuzolunga Nina niza nezenu western cape kubulawa Bantu everyday including Cops. Because nihlala suburb ako crime doesn’t mean thina sihlala kwi township masife plz

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