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Review re: Labour Proceedings

HH78-02 : CONSTANCE PANGETI vs THE GRAIN MARKETING BOARD
Ruled By: MAKARAU J

This is an application for review brought in terms of Order 33 of the High Court Rules. The facts of the matter are not in dispute. They are as follows:The applicant joined the respondent in 1990 as a typist. This appears to have been on a temporal basis, for, in ...
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SC01-17 : JOSEPH LUNGU and OTHERS vs RESERVE BANK OF ZIMBABWE
Ruled By: GWAUNZA JA, PATEL JA and MAVANGIRA JA

This is an appeal against the judgment of the Labour Court setting aside an arbitral award in favour of the appellants which upheld their claim for the payment of arrear salaries and benefits.BackgroundThe appellants, being 153 in number, were employed as security guards on fixed-term contracts renewable every three months. ...
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HH600-14 : DELTA BEVERAGES (PVT) LTD vs FREEDOM CHIMURIWO and CLERK OF THE MAGISTRATES COURT FOR THE PROVINCE OF MASHONALAND IN HARARE N.O. and MESSENGER OF COURT
Ruled By: CHIGUMBA J

This is a matter in which I was called upon to decide whether section 89(6), as read with section 89(1)(d1) of the Labour Act [Chapter 28:01] ousts the review jurisdiction of the High Court over matters that the Labour Court has exclusive jurisdiction over.The question for determination is whether the ...
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SC177-20 : CAINOS CHINGOMBE and TENDAI KWENDA vs CITY OF HARARE and MINISTER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC WORKS AND NATIONAL HOUSING and HOSEA CHISANGO N.O. and GEORGE MAKINGS N.O. and CHENAI GUMIRO N.O.
Ruled By: GOWORA JA, GUVAVA JA and MAKONI JA

Following their suspension from employment by the first respondent, the appellants, on 2 February 2018, filed an application with the High Court seeking a declaratur to the effect that such suspension was unlawful as well as consequential relief.On 3 October 2018, the High Court dismissed the application with each of ...
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SC11-21 : TENDAI BONDE vs NATIONAL FOODS LTD and LOVEJOY NYANDORO [as Chairman of Appeals Committee] and CHIPO NHETA [as Chairman of Works Council]
Ruled By: GUVAVA JA

If this Court finds for the applicant, on appeal, it will mean that he has a right of audience before the Labour Court to make a fresh application for review. The applicant will have to make a completely fresh application for review in terms of the rules of the Labour ...
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SC21-21 : ZIMBABWE UNITED PASSENGER COMPANY vs BEAULAR MASHINGE
Ruled By: MAKARAU JA, GOWORA JA and BERE JA

It is..., common cause that reviews before the Labour Court are governed by section 89 of the Labour Act [Chapter 28.01] which provides that the Labour Court shall exercise the same powers of review, in relation to labour matters, as would be exercisable by the High Court. The powers of ...
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