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Why enforce arbitration awards

Why enforce arbitration awards

In the case of Mlaudzi v Metro South Towing CC (J1007/15) [2017] ZALCJHB 37 (8 February 2017), an employee brought a dual application to the Labour Court. The first part of the application was brought…

Employee Law
Did you know the CCMA has a say over employment disputes that arise abroad?

Did you know the CCMA has a say over employment disputes that arise abroad?

A word of caution to South African companies with branches outside of South Africa: the Labour Appeal Court has confirmed in Monare v South African Tourism and Others [2016] (Monare) that the Commission for Conciliation,…

Drunk enough to be dismissed?

One would think that if an employee is found to be under the influence of alcohol at work it is a straightforward dismissible offence. Recent case law has shown that this is not necessarily so.…

April 2016
What to do for protected and unprotected strike dismissals

What to do for protected and unprotected strike dismissals

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Possible reinstatement after reaching agreed retirement age

This was the question before the Labour Court in the decision of Dr Lubka Ivanova v The Department of Health: Kwazulu-Natal and Others, Case No: D695/14 handed down in January 2016.The facts in brief were…