Category: Government – central

Occupation Specific Dispensation: Upgrading and translation

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Arbitrary ground considered: Pay and narrow interpretation accepted

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Abominable abusive action: Punitive costs awarded

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Unreliable police officer: Personal difficulties and fraud

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Security clearance denied: Impossibility or incapacity?

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Grievance hearing representation: Union lacked clear right

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Debt includes practice: Prescription Act applies to labour practices

Motsoaledi (Health department) v Mabuza Debt includes practice and so the Prescription Act applies to alleged unfair labour practices and application to council to certify award does not interrupt prescription. “The...

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Organisational rights threshold: DCJ supporting judgment

Popcru v Sacoswu (DCS) Organisational rights threshold and Zondo DCJ adopted a slightly different approach to the merits. ‘Although the issue that this Court had to decide in Bader Bop was different from the issue that we...

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Organisational rights threshold: Majority judgment-union rivalry

Popcru v Sacoswu (DCS) Organisational rights threshold and although the ConCourt held that the appeal was moot it was decided to consider the merits in the interests of justice and provide guidance concerning thorny issues...

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