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Powers of the Labour Court in South Africa.
- Essay length: 4310 words
- Submitted: 19/06/2006
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ESSAY TITLE: Powers of the Labour Court
NAME : Quincy Pule
STUDENT No. : 803p5227
COURSE : B.A.(Hons)- Industrial Relations
SUBJECT : Labour Law- Long essay
LECTURER : Mr. Pierre Naude
DUE DATE : May 28, 2003
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Page 11
In this essay I intend, in my introduction, to give a brief background on the labour relations of South Africa before 1948. Obviously this will pertain to labour related issues. I will then deal with the history of South African labour laws before the Wiehahn Commission in 1979, recommendations of Wiehahn Commission, reflect on the reasons behind the introduction of an industrial court, workplace forums, bargaining councils, Commission for Concillitiation, Mediation and Arbitration (C.C.M.A), the powers of the Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court, and jurisdiction of the Labour Court. In conclusion, I will focus on the impact of South African politics on our labour relations, and then give recommendations as to how the status quo can be ameliorated.
It is important to note that in the interest of fair labour practices, the labour court which is a superior court that has authority, had to be established. This is
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