This after the party neglected to react to a few letters of interest that were kept in touch with it by Niehaus' legitimate team.He took this course after the ANC neglected to react to his many letters of interest which were kept in touch with the party by his lawful group. The new papers with the work court were relied upon to be documented on Thursday. Niehaus did this as his last choice to have his cash paid to him.Another compensation matter for Dr Mathew Phosa and Jaco Loots which were recorded previous ANC financial officer general and Mpumalanga chief as chiefs composed a subsequent letter to the ANC Luthuli House director Febe Potgieter reminding her about the letter they kept in touch with her on December 24 and January 3 with regards to a similar matter.
They note that regardless of her endeavors she have neither outfitted their workplaces with a duplicate of their customer's business contract, nor made installment of the extraordinary compensations due and payable to their client.It expressed that their customer is seriously biased therefore thereof and especially in planning of his articulation of claim.They marked and said that they anticipate hearing from her neglecting to do as such they hold severe directions to move toward the Labor Court and the Department of Labor respectively.The lawyers further cautioned that they would look for reformatory expense orders against the ANC in court. The lawful firm had given a cutoff time of 12pm on Tuesday, however Niehaus said the letter was not reacted to.
On Wednesday they composed another letter illuminating the party that he was continuing with legitimate activity. They echoed this on Thursday.They have been promising to come once again to me however they stayed silent, so I have educated my lawyer. They are doing this to Niehaus intentionally and they are malevolent, on the grounds that they need to excuse him yet the matter is as yet not tackled . Until that is settled Niehaus said that he is as yet utilized by the ANC and should be paid his salary.According to Niehaus the party owed him five months' compensation, saying when the party at long last paid other staff, it didn't do likewise for him, which he suspected was because of malice.
The MKVA pioneer had since quite a while ago become undesirable with the ANC administration after the party took a goal to disband the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association, which he eagerly opposed.Since then, at that point, he has been freely against President Cyril Ramaphosa.Beside that Niehaus is in the RET group which proudly upholds previous president Jacob Zuma.During Zuma's capture in July, Niehaus was captured the next day subsequent to tending to a gathering of ANC allies outside Estcourt Correctional office where Zuma was kept.He was charged for breaking Covid-19 conventions which around then denied social affairs.
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