The union has hailed the strike as a success for forcing the government back into the bargaining council and securing gains for their members before this year’s wage negotiations even begin.
Nehawu says they have complied with the court order but are continuing with the strike with the South African Policing Union (Sapu) set to join the strike later this week.
The indefinite strike by the union is set to resume on Tuesday this week.
The unions have given the government seven days to respond positively to their memorandum or face further strike action.
Public sector unions are asking the court to rule that collective bargaining is constitutionally required.