Tag: Nic Wiehahn

Workplace mediation: Achieving just outcomes

Workplace mediation: Talk delivered on 7 March 2018 by Graham Giles at Mediation and Justice in South Africa conference “Who are the collaborators in and across the industries and how can we ensure that mediation achieves...

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Justice with fairness: Common and dismissal law fused

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Pay differential: proportionality without a wage gap

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Trade union expulsion: interdict against officials?

Satawu v Zondo (J 715/15) [2015] ZALCJHB 126 (2015) ILJ 2348 (LC) (17 April 2015) per Van Niekerk J. The union applied to the Labour Court in terms of s 158(1)(e)(i) of the LRA to interdict shop stewards, who had purportedly...

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Labour law developments: South Africa since 1981

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Invalid reason considered: Fairness of dismissal irrelevant

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