Legal battles between the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) and Heathfield High School principal Wesley Neumann may go to the labour court soon after the embattled principal was granted an application for an interdict to stop the WCED’s disciplinary action against him. Neumann is under fire for his refusal to[…]
The Muslim Judicial Council of South Africa (MJC)’s protracted battle to secure and preserve what’s known as the Zandvliet farm in Macassar – which holds the heritage of Shaykh Yusuf of Macassar – continues today. Many regard Zandvliet as the birthplace of Islam in Southern Africa, but the MJC’s battle[…]
Four of the SABC journalists who were suspended or faced disciplinary hearings were fired on Monday possibly because they approached the Labour Court, their lawyer said. “We will argue [in the court] on Thursday that the reason for them being dismissed is that they pursued their rights in terms of[…]
The suspended duo Lieutenant General Nobubele Mbekela and Lieutenant General Solomon Makgale are challenging the Labour Court ruling that declared their suspensions lawful. The two were suspended after they publicly defended Riah Phiyega, who has also been placed on suspension pending an inquiry into her fitness to hold office. Makgale,[…]
The Labour Court in Johannesburg on Wednesday granted an interdict sought by unions at Telkom to halt a continuing restructuring and retrenchment process. Judge David Gush further ordered Telkom to retract its Section 189 retrenchment notice, Solidarity said in a statement. Telkom’s three trade unions, Solidarity, the Communications Workers Union[…]
Telkom’s planned retrenchment of 105 workers was halted by the Johannesburg Labour Court on Wednesday, the Information Communication Technology Union (ICTU) said. “As we will be going back to the table we will make it clear to Telkom that their plan to sell and retrench is opposed by ICTU unapologetically,”[…]
Dismissed Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois will approach the Labour Court following her dismissal, her lawyer said on Tuesday. “The matter has been conciliated by the CCMA. We are now heading to the labour court,” said lawyer Jason White. Papers would be filed within a month, he said. Dasnois contended[…]
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