LABOUR LAW – COURT SHOULD BE CONFERED WITH AUTHORITY TO CONDONE NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ACT – WHAT CONSTITUTE FRIVOLOUSNESS TO ATTRACT ADVERSE COSTS?
In a matter where the court found that a review application was brought out of time as required by section 89 (4) of the Labour Act, 11 of 2007 on the basis that the court has no power to condone non-compliance with a provision of an Act, the court stated the following:
In Puma Chemicals v Labour Commissioner and Another 2014 (2) NR 355 (LC), ‘the court went on to dismiss the review application . . .