Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)
Code of Good Practice
|1)||A picket contemplated in section 69 of the Act must be authorised by a registered trade union . The authorisation must be made in accordance with the trade union's constitution. That means that there must either be a resolution authorising the picket or a resolution permitting a trade union official to authorise a picket in terms of section 69(1). The actual authorisation should be formal and in writing. A copy of the resolution and, if necessary, the formal authorisation ought to be served on the employer before the commencement of the picket.|
|2)||The authorisation applies only to its members and its supporters.|
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