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- that the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) may have jurisdiction to hear employment disputes that arise abroad, where an employee works at a branch office located outside South Africa.
Prior to this case, South African courts had held that South African labour legislation, does not have extraterritorial application and accordingly that if an employee who works outside South Africa raises an employment dispute, the CCMA and the Labour Court would not have jurisdiction to entertain the employees claim.
This is according to the Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action (Pacsa) non-profit organisation which campaigns for social justice and human rights.
Julie Smith, researcher at Pacsa, told Fin24 by phone that among black households in South Africa a wage typically supports four people per household.
In terms of the judgement, the extension of BCAs is subject to the administrative justice clause in the - 8 May There has been a string of landmark judgments in recent times, not least the one handed down by the High Court in Pretoria last week, opening the door to significant changes in collective bargaining.
The judgment, made by Judge John Murphy, found validity in the notion that the unduly endows bargaining councils with public power without public accountability, despite their being private actors.
It is bad news for advocates of compulsion by narrow vested interest and good news for eight million destitute job seekers, thousands of small, marginal and prospective employers, and all compassionate South Africans.Mdakane challenged Ramaphosa in his role at Nedlac "to live on R3 500 at least for a week to actually experience the 'impact' a R3 500 wage per month has on an average employee".Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement on Sunday that the party of Julius Malema "rejects the announced proposal", saying the NMW should be set at R5 000 per month.At the same time the proposed minimum, especially when sectoral exemptions are taken into account, will do very little to improve the socio-economic circumstances of existing workers.- - 23 November The Sunday media briefing at which the report of the advisory panel on the national minimum wage was due to be released was delayed for two hours, apparently because the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) did not want the report to go public.