Employment Law

Employment law update – Retrenchment

By Talita Laubscher The applicant in Naidoo v MB Technologies (Pty) Ltd and Others [2012] 2 BLLR 191 (LC) contended that she was unfairly discriminated against on the basis of […]

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Employment law update – Right to an increase?

By Talita Laubscher The applicant in Farhana v Open Learning Systems Education Trust [2012] 1 BLLR 48 (LC) instituted two claims in the Labour Court. The first related to an […]

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Employment law update – A second bite at the proverbial cherry

Gauteng Shared Services Centre v Titus Sello Ditsamai (LAC) (unreported case no JA44/09, 7-12-2011) (Davis JA) By Moksha Naidoo In the case of MEC, Department of Education, KwaZulu-Natal v Khumalo […]

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Employment law update – Appeals against exception rulings

By Talita Laubscher The applicant in Charlton v Parliament of the RSA [2011] 12 BLLR 1143 (SCA) was employed as the chief financial officer of parliament, which position he held […]

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Employment law update – Interpreting a ‘reasonable expectation’

University of Pretoria v CCMA and Others (LAC) (unreported case no JA38/2010, 4-11-11) (Davis JA) By Moksha Naidoo Section 186(1)(b) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 has given […]

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Employment law update – ‘Employees’ and review test for jurisdictional rulings

By Talita Laubscher The case of J & J Freeze Trust v Statutory Council for the Squid and Related Fisheries of SA and Others [2011] 11 BLLR 1068 (LC) raised […]

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