The SA Policing Union (Sapu), will ballot its more than 100,000 police, traffic and correctional services officials after the union was issued with a strike certificate by the public service co-ordinating bargaining council (PSCBC) Tuesday.

Sapu marched to the PSCBC offices in Centurion, Tshwane on Tuesday in protest at the government’s revised final offer of 3% for the country’s more than 1.3-million public servants. Sapu, which is affiliated to the SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu), is demanding an 8% wage increase. The SA Reserve Bank has forecast a headline inflation rate of 6.5% for 2022...

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