SC 35-18 ZESA HOLDINGS (PRIVATE) LIMITED v ZESA MANAGERS ASSOCIATION

ZESA     HOLDINGS     (PRIVATE)     LIMITED

v

ZESA     MANAGERS     ASSOCIATION

 

 

 

SUPREME COURT OF ZIMBABWE

GARWE JA, GOWORA JA & PATEL JA

HARARE, 24 OCTOBER 2017 & 19 JUNE 2018

 

 

A. K. Maguchu, for the appellant

T. Magwaliba, for the respondent

 

 

                        PATEL JA:               This is an appeal against part of the judgment of the Labour Court wherein the appellant was partially successful. In particular, the appellant challenges those parts of the judgment relating to the payment of school fees and fuel allowances and the allocation of personal issue motor vehicles to certain members of the respondent association.

 

The appellant is the holding company of various state owned entities engaged in the importation, generation and distribution of electricity in Zimbabwe. The respondent represents, inter alios, managers of grades D3 and D4 employed by the appellant and its subsidiaries. The dispute between the parties relates to the managers’ claims for various allowances and benefits payable by the appellant. The matter was referred to an arbitrator who found in favour of the respondent in respect of all the managers’ claims. On appeal 

2018

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