Saber Ahmed Jazbhay
Saber Ahmed Jazbhay commenced legal practice in June 1982 and has an interest in labour dispute resolutions. He is currently a legal practitioner with the firm of attorneys operating under the name of Jazbhay and Harrichund.
He serves as a part time commissioner at the CCMA as well as with various bargaining councils.
Reinstatement isn’t always a given remedy in dismissal for misconduct cases. Section 193(2) of the Labour Relations Act compels arbitrators to consider facts even though no evidence has been led or presented: a fresh perspective from the Labour Appeal Court in a recent case
Ten points of interest concerning the necessity to avoid self help and to follow due process in labour disputes are discussed in the light of the recent Labour Court judgment in Mogaladi and Another v Public Protector. And replace the text in the article of No to self-help: follow due process in labour disputes with it.