Category: Granted

Fatal procedural breach: Consultation process

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Voluntary overtime ban: Unprotected strike

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Irregular balloting procedures: Unprotected strike interdicted

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Insubstantial policy compliance: LRA s 189A(13) procedure

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Novel strike demand: Pay progression principle

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Secret ballot requirement: Strike unprotected

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Students interdicted: No general discretion to refuse relief

Earlier this year UCT obtained a far-reaching final interdict from the high court against some students and others.  The SCA today disallowed the appeal save to the extent of amending the final order to protect some of their...

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Demarcation dispute: Interdicting unlawful acts

Bargaining councils are renowned for engaging in various strategies to protect their turf, as it were.  The stakes are high.  Employers falling within the scope contribute large amounts of money.  A controversy is still brewing...

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Power play replacements: Restricted during lockout

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Bargaining council: Neasa granted interdict

The National Employers Association of SA (Neasa) represent about 23,000 small enterprises and is a member of the Metal and Engineering Bargaining Council (Meibc).   There is internal strife within the Meibc on the employer...

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