2018 Statements

September 17, 2018

: President Cyril Ramaphosa must use his executive powers to Pardon Fees Must Fall activist.

SALIPSWU throw its weight and support fully behind the nationwide call for the immediate release on Presidential Pardon of Khanya Cekeshe, who is currently serving five […]
September 17, 2018

SALIPSWU condemns the attack and stabbing of a Correctional Services Officer by an inmate at that South Gauteng High Court.

SALIPSWU cannot overlook and remain silent when Correctional Officers of whom some are members of SALPSWU, are exposed to working conditions that are conducive and encourage […]
September 17, 2018

SALIPSWU call for solidarity support against the stubborn KZN Sharks Board

SALIPSWU call upon all democratic forces in the Trade Union fraternity, including its Federation, the South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU),to join forces and call […]
September 17, 2018

Burning Gauteng Provincial Government Building foul play

SALIPSWU is not fooled neither bamboozled nor hoodwinked, about what the citizens are made to believe that the burning down of the building that housed three […]