- Case summary
- Labour law - Unfair Dismissal: Applicant was dismissed without a hearing by the Respondent for a number of alleged work-related transgressions. He requested for a letter confirming that he had been dismissed and the reasons for his dismissal. In this letter he was informed of the reasons for his dismissal. Held: Even in cases where there is a valid substantive reason for a dismissal, an employer must still follow /ah· procedure before dismissing an employee and that such dismissal must be for a valid reason. Held Further: Dismissal of the Applicant in casu was both procedurally and substantively unfair.
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