As citizens around the world celebrate and raise awareness of the 16 days of activism (a 16-day campaign), a UN campaign that will take place annually from Wednesday 25 2020, POPCRU will also highlight this important period as part of our long-standing efforts to eliminate violence against women and children. The parties to the agreement decided to restructure the SAPS for the period 2020/21 to 2023/24 and decided that the restructuring process would take place in a fair and impartial manner, based on various principles, including policy and planning, the service improvement plan, the cost-effective organizational structure, the clear separation of powers, the clear delegation of powers and the operational delegation of structures. Thirteen of these twenty-nine members were killed in the service. 77 were killed between 2019 and 2020. This certainly gives a terrifying picture of the killing of police officers in South Africa. He stated that Popcru had in the meantime agreed to include SAPS in a bilateral agreement to determine progress made under the pilot project, prior to any full implementation consultation. The Parties to the Council sign Agreement 1 of 2020 on the restructuring of SAPS This collective agreement serves as a milestone in the planned process of transforming the SAPS from an unnecessary and inflated body to a body that will focus its role on its police mandate in crime. South Africa`s Deputy National Commissioner of Police, Lieutenant-General Ngwenya, was quoted as saying that 29 SAPS members had been killed as of April 2020. In accordance with the proper procedure, Commissioner Bonang Mgwenya first suspended on 15 October 2020 and was the subject of a departmental investigation during this period. The agreement was reached by SAPS as an employer and the Police and Prison Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) and the South African Policing Union (SAPU) as recognised unions within the service. The Police and Prisons Rights Union (POPCRU) is pleased to announce that it signed a collective agreement on the restructuring of the South African Police Service (SAPS) on Monday 30 November 2020 under the 2020 SSSBC 1 agreement. Pretoria: 13 November 2020 – South Africa`s National Police Commissioner, General Khehla John Sitole, has fired Deputy National Commissioner Bonang Mgwenya after damning accusations of his alleged involvement in crimes. The National Deputy Commissioner appeared in Palm Ridge Magistrates Court on Monday, October 12, 2020, after being arrested by the investigation for corruption, fraud, theft and money laundering.
The agreement, which came into force on November 30, 2020, aims to ensure that the organization is able to effectively fulfill its mandate. Published by POPCRU on 30/11/2020 For more information Thanks to these commitments and conclusions, we can create a supportive environment in which we participate in research processes to determine the feasibility, validity and sustainability of various elements, and potential future agreements of this type PRETORIA – The South African Police Service (SAPS) has entered into a collective agreement in the Security and Security Councils of Industries (SSSBC) to structure the organization within the meaning of the SSSBC 1 agreement of 2020.