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The matter was before Judge Edwin Molahlehi on Thursday, who ordered the EFF to refrain from intimidating and threatening the employees of the cleaning company. Photo: Getty Images
The matter was before Judge Edwin Molahlehi on Thursday, who ordered the EFF to refrain from intimidating and threatening the employees of the cleaning company. Photo: Getty Images

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The EFF was interdicted from meddling in the labour affairs of a Vereeniging-based cleaning company by the Johannesburg High Court this week.

Afri-Services, which renders hygiene services to companies around the country, won its court bid to bar the red berets from interfering in the relationship between the company and its employees on the grounds that the party is not a registered labour union.

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