Category: Banks

Clarifying court order: Ambiguity resolved

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Performance monitoring process: Dismissal not unfair

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Final written warnings: Compare practices with dismissals

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Justice finally achieved: Reinstated until retirement

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NCA’s core objective: Protection of consumers

Mostert v Firstrand Bank t/a RMB Private Bank The NCA’s core objective is the protection of consumers. Payment ito s 129(3) National Credit Act 34 of 2005 may be made on behalf of the consumer and payment accepted on...

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Automatically unfair discriminatory dismissal: Dual claims considered

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Implied unlawful competition restraint: Depends on the facts

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Breach of PAJA: FAISA debarment and no delictual claim

Essence A breach of PAJA does not provide a delictual cause of action or remedy if its provisions are not complied with in general or relating to procedural fairness in particular. Decision Odifin (Pty) Ltd v Reynecke (906/2016)...

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