Sadtu to take action against 'job scam'
Sadtu vowed to take action against members found guilty of demanding cash or sex for jobs.
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) vowed to take harsh action against any of its members found guilty of demanding cash or sex in exchange for jobs.
Just weeks after the scam was uncovered, it's reported that a Sadtu member in Soweto demanded sex from a local teacher with the promise of a principal post.
Sadtu's Mugwena Maluleke said it's unacceptable.
"We're concerned because people can't do that in the name of the organisation and it's an attempt to destroy the reputation of the union."
Yesterday Sadtu distanced itself from the sex for a job claim.
Maluleke called on those with evidence to come forward.