Labour Court interdict update: Extension of the Bargaining Council to non-parties

You may recall that on 2 March 2021, we communicated that the Labour Court granted FEDHASA an urgent interdict opposing the extension of the Bargaining Council Collective Agreement to non-parties. FEDHASA, together with the Restaurant Collective, was granted an urgent interdict to halt the implementation of the gazetted Collective Agreement for the Bargaining Council for Fast Food, Restaurant, Catering and Allied Trades extension.

We would like to provide an update to note that the state attorney is in the process of finalising their opposing affidavit. They have requested certain documents from us that were in our founding and replying papers, which we have provided to them. We are not certain of the timelines and FEDHASA’s legal team is considering the options available. We will ensure that members are updated.

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