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CCMA ruling on dismissal of worker who refused COVID jab slammed

JOHANNESBURG - Organized work at National Economic Development and Labor Council (Nedlac) on Friday communicated frustration at a new CCMA required work environment inoculation administering.

A vaccinator preparing the COVID-19 vaccine.

A vaccinator setting up the COVID-19 vaccine.© Picture: Abigail Javier/EWN A vaccinator setting up the COVID-19 antibody.

The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) this week decided for an organization's transition to sack a laborer for declining to take a COVID-19 poke.


Work associations addressed by Cosatu, Fedusa and the National Congress of Trade Unions (Nactu) said they upheld the public authority's inoculation program.


However, added that said the excusal of any laborer for declining to get vaccinated should be kept away from at all cost.


Nactu General Secretary Narius Moloto said undermining laborers with excusal would just serve to captivate individuals more.


"It is against the soul of the Constitution, it is against the proclaimed strategies that COVID immunization won't be constrained upon anybody. Our kin reserve an option to decline to be inoculated and that right can't be disrupted by the CCMA or by anybody besides."


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Abigail Javier CCMA Fedusa Nactu National Congress of Trade Unions

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