The federation is convening a three day International School in Boksburg. POPCRU sent a delegation of four to participate. The school will look at a number of issues including migration, The meaning and significance of the emergence of BRICS in the trade union movement and the struggl
The Canadian Police Association-CPA hosted its Biennial conference in Toronto. POPCRU was invited to make an input. This forum brings police unions and associations from around the world. It is an opportunity for POPCRU to build more relations, share our experiences and learn from oth
POPCRU is participating in the COSATU led Trilateral involving the Nigeria Labour Congress and Ghana Trade Union congress. The significance of the trilateral is that it opens our spheres of engagements with trade unions in the rest of the continent as these three federations are the l
The NEC decision to host the next symposium in Namibia is being acted on. Preparations for the symposium are underway with a lot of consultations currently taking place with authorities in that country. POPCRU is working closely with the National union of Namibian Workers-NUNW.
In order to sharpen our understanding of working conditions of police, prisons and traffic officers in the region, POPCRU through our research unit is conducting a joint research with the Labour and Research Resources Institute (LaRRI) of Namibia. This is also part of our work to impl
POPCRU as a full affiliate of the World Federation of Trade Unions-WFTU will be participating in the 17th World Trade Union Congress to be held in Durban on 5-8 October. POPCRU will be sending a delegation of 119 to the congress led by the president Comrade Zizamele Cebekhulu. Prepara