Browse case law relating to SARPBAC and other labour related cases.
This is a matter that determined that the company fell within the scope the of Road Passenger sector….
This is an application to review and set aside an arbitration award issued by the second respondent….
The National Black Consumer Council brought an application to have public transport declared and essential service….
The respondents have been found to be in contempt of the first applicant (the second applicant now deceased). The matter has been referred to this court for confirmation of that finding, and for an appropriate sanction to be imposed, and costs.
Arbitration award – Dismissal for misconduct – bus driver failing to park bus overnight at designated place – sanction of dismissal inappropriate and substantively unfair – employee re-instated without retrospective effect.
Award in a matter of unfair dismissal with re-instatement of employee on a final written warning valid for 12 months.
Arbitration award to determine whether or not the Respondent had complied with the SARPBAC constitution, a collective agreement.
Arbitration award to reinstate the applicant with full retrospective pay.
This case deals with a ruling regarding legal representation as outlined by the SARPBAC Constitution.
This case deals with determining whether the locus standi to represent members and the appropriateness of the two unions representing members in one arbitration process.
This case deals with whether the matter should stand down indefinitely until the applicant’s representative was in attendance at the proceedings
Unfair dismissal referred to MEIBC for arbitration – CSA-judgment on Jan Stemmet’s award at MEIBC
Application for leave to appeal – Constitutional Court-SAPS v Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union and Another
Building Industry Bargaining Council judgement re accreditation sought from the CCMA to conciliate and arbitrate disputes in respect of both parties and non-parties to the Council.
A protest march organised by the Trade Union degenerated into a riot and subsequently caused damage to property. The persons affected sued Trade Union in terms of s 11 of the Act.
The dispute in essence relates to a provision of the Employer’s Disciplinary Code and Procedure.