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Siphamandla  Dube

Siphamandla Dube

Senior Associate Fasken
Employers need to have a basic understanding of South African labour law to, at the very least, avoid penalties and costly fines.
Jurisdiction South Africa, 2015
Language(s) Zulu, English
Office(s) Johannesburg
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Siphamandla Dube is a labour, employment and human rights lawyer in Johannesburg, representing clients in disputes before the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and the Labour Court.

Providing practical employment advice, Siphamandla assists clients in preparing for strike related issues, retrenchments under sections 189 and 189A of the LRA, and the consequences of business transfers in terms of section 197 of the LRA.

Siphamandla further assists clients on managing marches or gatherings in terms of the Regulation of Gatherings Act, 1993 and protest action in terms of section 77 of the LRA.

He also prepares and advises clients on the implementation of employment related policies and procedures, conducting investigations and reports on behalf of companies. Siphamandla also advises clients in health and safety inquiries conducted by the Department of Labour and Department of Mineral Resources.

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Education

  • LLB University of KwaZulu-Natal

Community involvement

  • Mentor at Alexander Education Committee

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Law Society of the Northern Provinces
  • SASLAW
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