SAPU withdraws affiliation with SAFTU

LOCAL The South African Policing Union (SAPU) has announced a decision to withdraw its affiliation with the South African Federation of Trade Union (SAFTU). SAPU is the second biggest policing union in the country and was one of the founding members of SAFTU five years ago. It says that under SAFTU, the[…]

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Post Office pay-points being closed in some areas

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has made the decision to close some of its cash pay points due to a decrease in the number of people using the service. The South African Post Office (SAPO) has been distributing social grants on behalf of SASSA electronically since April last[…]

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Post office rates angers clients

The SA Post Offices (Sapo) annual rates increase has occurred without much publicity both through the media and at Post Offices around South Africa. The increases took effect on April 1, with most basic postal services increasing by between 30c and 70c. Sapo did not publish any press release and[…]

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Post office expects R1.3bn loss

The SA Post Office (Sapo) expects to report a loss of R1.3 billion by the end of its financial year in March, Beeld reported on Monday. For this and other reason auditors expressed doubts, in Sapo’s 2014-15 annual report, that it will still be a going concern by the end of[…]

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No end to post office strike in sight

South Africans are being severely affected by the postal worker’s strike, with some patients complaining of not receiving chronic medication, companies not receiving important reports, and UNISA students struggling to post their assignments. According to the South African Post Office (SAPO) public relations officer Lungelo Lose, talks to solve the[…]

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