What are the requirements to be met for s200B of the LRA to be applicable?
The labour appeal court, in Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union and Others v Buffalo Coal Dundee (Pty) Ltd and Another  9 BLLR 837 (CC), considered this section of the LRA thus:
‘ The party who wants to invoke s200B must not only show that the persons are carrying on or conducting an associated or related business but also that the intent or effect of doing so is or was to directly or indirectly defeat the purpose of the Act or any employment law. In this matter, the appellants succeeded in showing that the respondents carried on associated or related business. They failed to prove that there was an intention to directly or indirectly defeat the purpose of the Act or any other employment law neither did they prove that the effect of the business arrangement was to indirectly or directly undermine the purpose of the Act or any other employment law. It therefore matters not, for the purposes of this judgment, whether s200B has a retrospective effect or not. We therefore do not have to decide that point.’
The institution of review proceedings does not suspend the operation of an arbitration award unless security is furnished to the satisfaction of the court in terms of s145(8) of the LRA. On what basis did the labour appeal court recently resolve the conflict between various labour court judgments interpreting the stay of enforcement of arbitration awards pending review proceedings?
What are the requirements to be met for s158(1)(c) of the LRA to be applicable (dealing with the jurisdiction of the labour court) to make an arbitration award or settlement agreement an order of court?