Updated: Thu, 08 Nov 2012 08:08:37 GMT | By Sapa

Union Take SAPS To Court

Trade Union Solidarity, on behalf of a police colonel, will challenge the SA Police Service in an affirmative action case in the Labour Court on Thursday.


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About 70 police jobs were left open for the purposes of affirmative action, Solidarity said.

This information was obtained from police minutes and would be used as evidence.

Solidarity would represent Lt-Col Bernard van der Westhuizen.

The case will be heard in the Labour Court in Braamfontein in Johannesburg at 10am.

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