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Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)

Chapter VII : Dispute Resolution

Part D : Labour Court

155. Officers of Labour Court

 

 

(1) The Minister of Justice, subject to the laws governing the public service, must appoint the following officers of the Labour Court—
(a) a person who has experience and expertise in labour law and administration to be the registrar of the Labour Court; and
(b) one or more deputy registrars and so many other officers of the Labour Court as the administration of justice requires.

 

(2)
(a) The officers of the Labour Court, under the supervision and control of the registrar of that Court must perform the administrative functions of the Labour Court.
(b) A deputy registrar of the Labour Court may perform any of the functions of the registrar of that Court that have been delegated generally or specifically to the deputy registrar.

 

(3) The deputy registrar of the Labour Court or, if there is more than one, the most senior will act as registrar of the Labour Court whenever—
(a) the registrar is absent from the Republic or from duty, or for any reason is temporarily unable to perform the functions of registrar; or
(b) the office of registrar is vacant.

 

(4) The officers of the Labour Court must provide secretarial and administrative assistance to the Rules Board for Labour Courts.