LABOUR LAW – PRACTICE – UNOPPOSED REVIEW APPLICATIONS MUST STILL BE PROVED
In this matter, the first main charge alleged that the applicant, a School Principal, prompted a fight between herself and a teacher and the applicant used abusive language within the earshot of pupils. The second alternative charge alleged that the applicant wilfully failed to carry out lawful instructions of the Inspector of Education. Both charges are dismissable offences. The chairperson of the disciplinary hearing denied the applicant legal representation at the hearing, prompting the applicant to launch an application to review and set aside the chairperson’s . . .