Bartender in SA parliament earns R23 000 pm

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A bartender working for government in the hallowed halls of parliament in Cape Town earns more than a police constable in South Africa.

A constable in the South African Police Service (SAPS) earns R15 000 per month with the bartender doing so much better at R23 000pm.

South African Police Union general secretary Oscar Skommere told eNCA that “the pay for the barman was unfair as compared to police constables who work in “dangerous situations on daily basis.”