|Thesis (LL.M. (Labour Law))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2009.
|This research report is focused on a discussion of the current status of the
Labour Appeal Court in terms of the proposed changes given by the Superior
Courts Bill. The main focus will be on the direct and indirect impact of the
Superior Courts Bill on the existing jurisdiction of the labour courts such as the
impact on the dispute resolution systems and the appellate jurisdiction of the
Labour Appeal Court after it's appellate power will be given to the Supreme Court
of Appeal. Attention will be given to the benefits of the current labour system and
the reasons for the establishment of specialist labour courts. There will also be a
discussion on the main objectives that the Superior Courts Bill will have to
achieve once it comes into effect.
|'n Afbakening van die jurisdiksie van die arbeidsappélhof in arbeidsgeskille