BACKGROUND The Respondent had been employed by AFGEN (Pty) Ltd (“the Appellant”) for just over a year, during which period she suffered from depression and was placed on sick leave for two months. Subsequent to the Respondent’s return, in December 2011, she was charged with misconduct for: (i) sending unauthorized emails to customers and (ii)
BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY This case involves an opposed application reviewing an arbitration award issued by Emma Levy N.O. (“the Arbitrator”).   Schrenk (“the Applicant”) had been employed by Transnet Port Terminals (“the Company”) for a duration of 34 years. The Applicant was dismissed in September 2016, following allegations that he had made a racist remark
SUMMARY The applicants instituted a claim for arrear wages in terms of section 77(3) of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. The application was based on a judgment from the Labour Court, that the applicants be reinstated, retrospectively to the date of their unfair dismissals, and that the applicants report for duty within 14 days
SUMMARY This matter concerns the First Respondent’s award finding that the dismissal of the Fourth Respondent was substantively unfair, ordering his reinstatement. The Applicant sought an order setting aside the award, while the Fourth Respondent applied for the award to be made an order of court. The Fourth Respondent’s dismissal arose from his failure to
SUMMARY This appeal concerned section 129(3) of the National Credit Act (the NCA) and whether a default in a credit agreement can be remedied by payments made by a third party and not by, or on behalf of, the consumer itself. The First Respondent, Firstrand Bank Limited t/a RMB Private Bank (RMB), advanced R30 million