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Nyazika v Dzumbira [2011]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    MWA/10/9, Determination No.MWD1015
  • Legal Body
    Labour Court
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Pay and Conditions of Employment
Issues covered: Payment of Wages; Minimum Wage

The claimant in this case was employed by the respondent as a child minder and she also undertook general housework. Fundamental conflicts of evidence were central to this case. The claimant gave evidence that she was employed from 2nd February 2004 to 6th May 2009 and that her employer persistently failed to pay her the national minimum wage taking allowable deductions for board and lodging into account. Specifically, she claimed that she was initially paid €200 per month and that this sum was increased by €50 at six monthly intervals so that by the time her employment ended, she was being

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This article is correct at 22/07/2011

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