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Cops take their leaders to task

Popcru used its ninth congress to focus on restoring the rights of police and correctional service workers

Popcru: Outed Bosasa corruption but was never part of it

The trade union says there has never been any Popcru office-bearer by the name ‘Sbu’ who was implicated in Agrizzi’s testimony

Union, officials colluded with Bosasa to pressure prisons boss

On Tuesday, Agrizzi detailed the events leading up to Vernie Petersen’s removal from the department of correctional services

Public sector wage deal inches closer as more unions sign

​The public sector wage agreement is close to being a done deal, with 48% of workers represented by trade unions at the PSCBC supporting the offer

Close to majority of unions sign public sector wage deal

​The protracted public sector wage negotiations are close to being clinched with 42% of the employees represented having signed the three year deal

PSA holds out on signing public sector wage deal

Not all members of the bargaining council are on board with the wage proposal, with Fedusa calling for more time to consult with members

Phahlane: I have a distinguished track record as a member of the SAPS

The acting national police commissioner, who is being investigated by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, says he has nothing to hide.

​GP traffic cops chief is ‘hijacking’ vehicles amid a vehicle shortage

The Gauteng community safety department head has allegedly been using official vehicles for travel

Cops’ cocaine gone without a sniff

A report reveals that more than R720k worth of coke is missing from forensics, while Popcru says it has raised corruption as an issue to no avail.

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Former bursary student hits a six and lands top job at WPCA

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