Cwele: case postponed

2012-05-09 00:00

SHERYL Cwele’s case against her former employer, Hibiscus Coast Municipality, at the South African Local Government Bargaining Council has been postponed to June 20.

HCM spokesperson Simon Soboyisa told The Witness yesterday that the case was meant to be heard yesterday but was postponed to today.

The bargaining council told HCM the case had been further postponed to June 20 “with the agreement of both attorneys”.

Soboyisa said he was given no explanation for the postponement.

Cwele, a convicted drug dealer, is fighting to get her job back. She served as director of health services for HCM and was fired after her conviction. She is appealing her dismissal, saying she was fired unfairly.

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