My employer is attempting to retrench me. This is obviously due to me requiring to pay me in terms o…

My employer is attempting to retrench me. This is obviously due to me requiring to pay me in terms of the Natioanl Minimum Wage Act. They complied with this after 2 months and a day before a hearing by the CCMA. In the mean time they had issued me with a notice in terms of section 189(3) of the LRA. We had the first meeting during which thet issued this notice. I subsequently replied in writing to this and requested certain documents which they failed to furnish despite a number of requets. I then referred the matter to the CCMA who, after reviewing requested me to apply for arbitration which I did. The employer later requested a second meeting. At this meeting I was issued with a unsigned notice of termination. They did not respond to my suggestions for alternative solutions. However, we had been advised by the CCMA of the setdown date for the hearing. The meeting was adjourned as I suggested, pending the arbitration hearing. This hearing was due to be heard today 24th May
2019 but the employer had applied and granted a postponement. However on the 20th May2019 they issued another notice of termination.

As I am on minimum wage I cannot afford legal representation, I hope that you can answer these two questions for me:

Can the employer issue a notice of termination prior to the arbitration meeting at the CCMA?Is a unsigned notice of termination legal or must it be signed by the employer?

I will be most appreciated if you could naswer these for me.

Thanking you,

Desmond Hudson

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I’ve been paying my Lewis account at the best of my abilities. but skipped last month now they want …

I’ve been paying my Lewis account at the best of my abilities. but skipped last month now they want to repose my furniture without any warning what can I do to protect myself and refrain my furniture being repossessed  

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My mother has a lawyer that has been assisting her secure a retirement property. He drafted a offer …

My mother has a lawyer that has been assisting her secure a retirement property. He drafted a offer to purchase which we signed and presented it to the buyers lawyer. They rejected the offer and then the 2 lawyers have been negotiating since then but nothing has been signed by both parties. Is the fact that the lawyers have been negotiating still bind us legally to anything?

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I had electrical problems in October 2017,and called the municipality for assistance they came and d…

I had electrical problems in October 2017,and called the municipality for assistance they came and did a connection bridged ro my meter  and told me They will return once they have  new meters so they never came back, I went to the municipality last week to check on the progress of the issue “today they came and installed a new meter when I go to the office to register it they told me I have to pay because the connection was illegal  I don’t have names of electrician who did that but I have a number plate of the vehicle they were using, Since as I speak now I don’t have electricity. 

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how paralegals used to be viewed in south africa ,how they are regarded and regulated today and fina…

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Good DayI was considering subdividing my normal residential house to let out the two sections to ten…

Good Day

I was considering subdividing my normal residential house to let out the two sections to tenants while I stay in the small granny flat and want to know if this is permissible in terms of the law and if so, are there any permits or approvals needed from the municipality?

Kind Regards

Stewart

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