Date: 4 March 2021; Time: 09:00 - 16:00

Venue: River Club, Observatory, Cape Town

Facilitated by: Ali Ncume, Ncume Labour Consulting

Price: R1850pp; Early Bird Special:  R1550 (ends 31 January 2021)




Date: 17 March 2021; Time: 09:00 - 16:00

Venue: Bryanston Country Club, Bryanston, JHB

Facilitated by: Ali Ncume, Ncume Labour Consulting

Price: R1850pp;  Early Bird Price:  R1550 (ends 31 January 2021)


Workshop outline:

1. Misconduct vs Incapacity: Do you discipline or counsel?

2. Permitted deductions: How to recover monies owed by the employee?

3. The admissibility of evidence during a disciplinary hearing / at the CCMA

4. Poor Work Performance: Procedural fairness (the world class approach)


About the facilitator

Ali Ncume is an admitted attorney and managing director of Ncume Labour Consulting (Pty) Ltd. In addition to his role as the Managing Director of the company, Ali has also been appointed as Lecturer in the Department of Mercantile Law at NMU in September 2019. He is also a part-time Commissioner at the CCMA, South African Local Government Bargaining Council (“SALGBC”), Education Labour Relations Council (“ELRC”) and an associate of the LSSLU.

Ali completed his LLB at Nelson Mandela University (“NMU”) and served his articles at Greyvensteins Incorporated in Port Elizabeth where he gained invaluable experience in civil litigation and developed a consuming passion for all facets of employment law. 

ALi has completed his Masters Degree in Labour Law and has completed the relevant Programme in Labour Law Practice, a course outsourced to the NMU by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (“CCMA”).

Prior to this he was appointed as Director of Maserumule Corporate Employment Law in 2015, where he was involved inter alia in:  

  • Consultations and training on employment law and employment relations
  • Initiating disciplinary hearings
  • Chairing disciplinary and appeal hearings and formulating outcomes thereof
  • Designing and customising policies, interventions and processes