Axed 130 City of Joburg employees return to court to seek permanent relief

2022/04/28 23:59:00

Axed 130 City of Joburg employees return to court to seek permanent relief

Axed 130 City of Joburg employees return to court to seek permanent relief

The 130 City of Joburg employees whose contracts were terminated are taking the municipality to the labour court again. This time they are seeking permanent relief.

Local Government Bargaining Council dismissed the workers' application for unfair dismissal.Local Government Bargaining Council dismissed the workers' application for unfair dismissal.Local Government Bargaining Council dismissed the workers’ application for unfair dismissal., Human Rights Watch said Wednesday.

Bargaining Council commissioner Joseph Mphaphuli said the original contracts were meant to expire at the end of April, thus ruling out the possibility that they were unfairly dismissed as the term had not yet expired.The group will appear at the labour court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, at 10am on Thursday.The group will appear at the labour court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, at 10am on Thursday.The group said in a statement:"The 130 City of Johannesburg employees' union, [the] South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu), will return to the Johannesburg labour court to ask for a final interdict and declaratory order in the COJ130 [the workers] v City of Joburg metropolitan municipality matter.The group said in a statement: “The 130 City of Johannesburg employees’ union, [the] South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu), will return to the Johannesburg labour court to ask for a final interdict and declaratory order in the COJ130 [the workers] v City of Joburg metropolitan municipality matter." The 130 were initially employed as political support staff in the city but their contracts were later converted by the previous administration, which was led by the ANC, so that they became permanent employees." The 130 were initially employed as political support staff in the city but their contracts were later converted by the previous administration, which was led by the ANC, so that they became permanent employees.Contracts for political staff are usually attached to the term of office of the political head and generally are not longer than five years." HRW, quoting figures from the defence ministry's Libyan Mine Action Centre, said at least 130 people had been killed, 200 people injured, and thousands forced to leave their homes.

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Axed 130 City of Joburg employees return to court to seek permanent reliefThe 130 City of Joburg employees whose contracts were terminated are taking the municipality to the labour court again. This time they are seeking permanent relief.

Axed City of Joburg employees return to court to seek permanent reliefThe 130 City of Joburg employees whose contracts were terminated are taking the municipality to the labour court again. This time they are seeking permanent relief.

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