Trade Union Solidarity today submitted
court documents to the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein, in relation to
the Renate Barnard affirmative action case.
believe Barnard must be promoted in the South African Police Service.
Solidarity also believes that Barnard was
discriminated against based on the colour of her skin.
Solidarity’s Dirk Groenewald also said that
the Government can leave positions vacant for the purpose of enhancing
affirmative action that will not only be to the detriment of the minority of
the people in South Africa.
It will also be to the detriment of South
African people as a whole due to the fact that delivery will be hampered by the
way that affirmative action would be instituted.
He adds that this will be one of the most important
cases to be fought in the country.
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