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EX-EMPLOYEE DEMANDS E63 000 FROM DESTINY MUSIC & SOUND

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MBABANE – It seems solving disputes outside the courtroom is becoming a thing of the past.


Lihle Joice Mncina, a liSwati female of Ezulwini has taken Destiny Music and Sound to court, demanding a total sum of E66 300 for allegedly unlawful dismissal.


This has been substantiated by court papers that are in the Industrial Court of Eswatini.


 In her submission Mncina alleged she was employed by Destiny Music and Sound (the Respondent in this case) on or about the month of September 2015 as an accountant and was in continuous employment to Destiny Music and Sound until she was unlawfully terminated by the respondent in February 2017.


Charged


Mncina further alleged that she was dismissed after being charged for various offences such as gross insubordination, gross disrespect, gross incompetence and neglect of duty.
She alleged that the Respondent never proved the alleged offences during the disciplinary hearing as no evidence was submitted or witnesses called during the hearing.


The applicant further alleged that she was granted the right to appeal which she did and her appeal was dismissed.
At the time of her termination it is alleged that she was earning a sum of E5 100 per month which the applicant alleges that the respondent did not pay.

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