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Solidarity referred the case to the Labour Court and is currently waiting for a date on which the case can be heard.
Solidarity is representing members on two sections of these free promotions of the SSSBC agreement 2/2011, namely on discrimination on the basis of race and gender, and discrimination on the basis of disability.
On 18 November 2016, Solidarity represented 218 members in a class action in the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration because of discrimination on the basis of race and gender in terms of this agreement. The SAPS, however, did not turn up.
On 23 November, Solidarity also represented two members with disabilities who had been discriminated against by the SAPS on the basis of disability.