SAPS: Disciplinary action against striking 10111 staff to continue
In September, Sapu members refused to return to work after the service and majority union Popcru signed a collective agreement.
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Police Service (SAPS) says it will continue with disciplinary action against South African Policing Union (Sapu) affiliated 10111 members after the Labour Court dismissed the union's application to interdict the process.
Last month, Sapu members refused to return to work after the service and majority union Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (Popcru) signed a collective agreement.
Spokesperson Athlenda Mathe said: “The SAPS will proceed with internal disciplinary procedures in accordance with our disciplinary regulations and commanders of all 10111 call centres will be instructed as such.”