A study on the grounds upon which the commission for conciliation, mediation and arbitration awards are reviewed by the labour courts with specific reference to challenges posed to arbitrators.
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The admission of hearsay evidence, evidence obtained from entrapment and the interception and and monitoring of communications in arbitration proceedings conducted in terms of the Labour Relations Act, 1995. Ndlovu, Nduduzo Ayanda. (2014)The law of evidence takes quite a rigid stance in criminal courts in order to afford an accused person a fair trial, as envisaged by the Constitution. It thus follows that the standard of proof in criminal courts is beyond ...
Gounden, Shamon. (2013)Historically, labour dispute resolution in South Africa has been synonymous with being expensive, unnecessarily lengthy and ineffective. The Labour Relations Act (LRA) 66 of 1995 set out to change this through the creation ...
The review of CCMA arbitration proceedings conducted under section 145 of the Labour Relations Act 56 of 1995. Gontsana, Zikhona. (2013)No abstract available.