WORKERS COMMITTEES IN ZIMBABWE: A GENERAL GUIDE

Every person has a right in terms of the Constitution of Zimbabwe to freely associate and assemble with others.[1] In this article, we will explore the right to freedom of association in the workplace with a focus on workers' committees. … Read the rest

Every person has a right in terms of the Constitution of Zimbabwe to freely associate and assemble with others.[1] In this article, we will explore the right to freedom of association in the workplace with a focus on workers' committees. We outline what we consider to be the most important and crucial provisions in the Labor Act, including the essential functions of every worker's committee. We will also assess in part, the right to appear in courts as curtailed by the Supreme Court. At the end of the discussion, it is expected that one would be well versed with an important overview of the important provisions governing workers' committees in Zimbabwe.

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IMATU & Others v Rustenburg Transitional Council (2000) 21 ILJ 377 (LC)

“The senior employee who becomes a union leader must, in consequence, tread carefully, especially in his handling of confidential information. It is not enough simply to keep the information secret; he must recuse himself from every discussion within the union … Read the rest...

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