ARTICLES RELATING TO LABOUR COURT

ConCourt grants 65 Dunlop employees leave to appeal 2012 dismissal

2019-06-28 19:29

The Constitutional Court has granted 65 Dunlop employees, who were unfairly dismissed after a 2012 strike at the company, leave to appeal.

Koko says he's 'moved on', despite Eskom court victory

2018-02-22 16:10

The Labour Court has ruled in favour of controversial former Eskom executive Matshela Koko, but he says it is too little too late and he has already moved on. Court rules Eskom's ultimatum to Koko unlawful but he has 'moved on'.

False start for Uber drivers’ employee claim

2018-01-21 05:52

A potential watershed case to recognise Uber drivers as employees got quashed in the labour court earlier this month, with none of the merits tested.

Labour Court confirms Eskom wage position

2016-12-26 13:25

The Labour Court has confirmed Eskom’s 2013/14 final offer by upholding the arbitrator’s award to Eskom and dismissing the unions’ application for review.

Suspended Parliament security head seeks urgent interdict

2015-11-06 19:22

Parliament's suspended head of protection services, Zelda Holtzman, wants the Labour Court to grant an urgent interdict stopping her disciplinary hearing, it has been reported,

Sars ordered to uplift Pillay suspension

2014-12-18 11:07

The Labour Court in Johannesburg has ruled that deputy SA Revenue Service commissioner Ivan Pillay's suspension must be lifted with immediate effect.

 

This loophole SA employees were using to dodge disciplinary hearings is now closed

2018-08-03 09:37

A landmark ruling has important implications for bosses and workers.

Hadebe lists why Koko was suspended again, vows fair disciplinary

2018-02-07 10:17

Eskom has made a commitment that it will ensure suspended executive Matshela Koko receives a fair disciplinary process for the four new charges he faces.

Court says Molefe can't report for work as DA, EFF trial postponed

2017-06-06 13:33

The DA and EFF's application to have Eskom CEO Brian Molefe's reappointment reviewed has been postponed pending the outcome of the Labour Court application.

New court ruling helps unfairly dismissed employees

2016-08-15 17:47

A new judgment by the Labour Appeal Court provides unfairly dismissed employees with more convenient and affordable access to justice than under the old system.

CCMA faces legal action from employees

2015-05-22 21:15

Durban's CCMA interpreters believe the CCMA is failing to uphold the labour legislation and are threatening to take them to court.

Labour Court reserves judgment over Pillay

2014-12-17 15:24

Judgment in SA Revenue Service deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay's bid to have his suspension overturned has been reserved by the Labour Court.

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