Labour court rules SAPS must pay ex-Hawks boss Shadrack Sibiya year’s salary and legal costs

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The dismissal of former Gauteng Hawks head Major General Shadrack Sibiya was procedurally and substantially unfair, the labour court has ruled
The dismissal of former Gauteng Hawks head Major General Shadrack Sibiya was procedurally and substantially unfair, the labour court has ruled

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Sibiya successfully challenged his dismissal before the labour court which on Wednesday, ordered that the SA Police Service (SAPS) should pay Sibiya, who is now Johannesburg head of forensic investigations, a 12-month salary and his legal costs. The case was heard on Monday and Tuesday.

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