South African National Defence Union

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SANDU
Full name South African National Defence Union
Members 12 000
Head union National Secretary, Adv Pikkie Greeff
Affiliation NONE
Office location Pretoria
Country South Africa

The South African National Defence Union (SANDU) is a South African trade union for SANDF members. It is not affiliated to any trade union federation as state by COSATU. Military trade Unions in South Africa are by law not allowed to affiliate. SANDU is apolitical.

In April 2016, after the Constitutional Court found that President Zuma had failed to uphold the country's constitution, and Zuma responded with only an apology, the union backed mass action to remove the president.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Defence union backs mass action for Zuma's removal". Independent Online. Retrieved 3 April 2016.