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Labour Court Orders Property Attachment Of Two Kwik Spar Outlets

by lloyd last modified 2008-09-30 11:32

The Johannesburg Labour Court has instructed the sheriff of the court to attach properties belonging to two Bloemfontein Kwik Spar outlets for auction to recover over R400 000 in outstanding underpayments of its employees’ salaries.

Released by The Department of Labour on 21 January 2008

 

The Johannesburg Labour Court has instructed the sheriff of the court to attach properties belonging to two Bloemfontein Kwik Spar outlets for auction to recover over R400 000 in outstanding underpayments of its employees’ salaries.

 

The two employers failed to honour court order issued in August last year, that they pay back the outstanding underpayments and interests that were due to its employees.

 

This follows a recommendation for prosecution by Labour Inspectors after the employers failed to comply with the notices issued to them when the inspectors found that the two retailers were not abiding by the Retail Sectoral Determination’s minimum wages as from 2003.

 

The court had ruled that Meditas Kwik Spar must pay back R218 561.21 plus interest and 25 percent fine due to his 35 employees while Fauna Kwik Spar must pay its 23 employees an outstanding amount of R217.850.21 plus interest and 25 percent fine.





 

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