Fedusa, cash-in-transit companies to meet over heists


Police have arrested two of their own in connection with a cash-in-transit heist in the Free State earlier this year. The policemen - one a Captain and the other a Sergeant - are crime intelligence officers in Pretoria.

JOHANNESBURG - The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) is set to meet with cash-in-transit companies to discuss the increasing number of cash-in-transit heists.

Fedusa and the Motor Transport Workers’ Union will meet with employers in the sector in Johannesburg on Wednesday.

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The unions want employers to supply crews with appropriately equipped cash vans, guns and ammunition.

They also want counselling services and sick leave for the victims of heists.

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