Category: Confirmed

Interdicting unlawful conduct: Participation by workers

Csaawu v Oak Valley Estates (Pty Ltd Interdicting unlawful conduct by workers being persons ‘doing work for’ the employer but ‘not working for’ the employer and as such not ’employees’ in the...

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Interdicting political party: Rule nisi confirmed

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Unprotected industrial action: Health and safety concerns

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Interdicting threatened strike: Examining mutual interest

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Medical emergency services: Unprotected strike interdicted

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Voluntary overtime ban: Unprotected strike

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Conflicting interests considered: Meetings of directors

SABC Ltd v Dali Mpofu Conflicting interests considered and full bench of high court comfirmed that where there a dispute exists between the majority and minority shareholder directors of a private company, the majority cannot...

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