Unfair labour practices and the protection of employees

It is indeed the position in Zimbabwean labour law that unfair labour practises are only those actions listed under 8, 9 and 10 of the Labour Act (Chapter 28.01). Constitutional protection against unfair labour practices is only provided under those listed circumstances. This is different from the South African jurisdiction where beyond persons legally recognised as employees, constitutional protection against unfair labour practices has been provided to everyone including illegal workers. We look forward to a broader interpretation of this concept to allow everyone the privilege of enjoying this right in the manner it is implemented in other jurisdictions.

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It is indeed the position in Zimbabwean labour law that unfair labour practises are only those actions listed under 8, 9 and 10 of the Labour Act (Chapter 28.01). Constitutional protection against unfair labour practices is only provided under those listed circumstances. This is different from the South African jurisdiction where beyond persons legally recognised as employees, constitutional protection against unfair labour practices has been provided to everyone including illegal workers. We look forward to a broader interpretation of this concept to allow everyone the privilege of enjoying this right in the manner it is implemented in other jurisdictions.

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