Two policing unions and Nehawu have refused the government’s public sector wage deal.
It offered workers a salary increase of 1.5% and a monthly allowance of over R1 000 for a year. The Public Service Association has agreed to the interim offer, but why are the other unions holding out?
Guest: Lesiba Thabakgale – Spokesperson, South African Policing Union (SAPU)
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