PSA won’t participate in mass protest by Cosatu
As Cosatu plans to go on a nationwide strike, the Public Servants Association (PSA) said it is in support of the union body concerning the issues of job losses, corruption, and gender-based violence.
The PSA is now calling out those individuals who are involved in corruption to come before the law, but won’t get involved in the mass protest proposed by Cosatu on Wednesday.
PSA President – Lufuno Mulaudzi said:
“The reason being that we are currently having a matter before the Labour Court about Resolution 1 of 2918.”
“The events tomorrow are motivated by Section 77 certificate that was awarded to those who are participating tomorrow. It emanates from the joint action after parties realised there are issues in public transport, issues of job losses, corruption, OHS (occupational health and safety) and decent work. We are not part of that, tomorrow.”
However, Mulaudzi mentioned that the PSA is in support with issues Cosatu is planning to take action against.
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