Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)
Chapter VII : Dispute Resolution
Part E : Labour Court
174. Powers of Labour Appeal Court on hearing of appeals
The Labour Appeal Court has the power—
|(a)||on the hearing of an appeal to receive further evidence, either orally or by deposition before a person appointed by the Labour Appeal Court, or to remit the case to the Labour Court for further hearing, with such instructions as regards the taking of further evidence or otherwise as the Labour Appeal Court considers necessary; and|
|(b)||to confirm, amend or set aside the judgment or order that is the subject of the appeal and to give any judgment or make any order that the circumstances may require.|
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