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Solidarity still encounters situations where employees within the SAPS use race as a trump card to have a colleague removed from the organisation, often precisely because that colleague tries to hold them accountable for misconduct, or attempts to discipline them when they fail to do their duty.
For this reason, Solidarity launched a campaign in October in which we asked our SAPS members and the public to take part in a questionnaire to expose false complaints of racism and double standards when dealing with racism in the SAPS. Fifty-six cases of alleged racism and double standards were reported to Solidarity, and a report was compiled based on this data.
Solidarity submitted this report on false racism and double standards to the Human Rights Commission (HRC) and the SAPS.