WORKWISE | Always present enough evidence to substantiate your claim

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When bringing any matter before a court, you always need to make sure that you present enough evidence to substantiate your claim. The matter of Hudson Rantsimo & 207 others v Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa_ & Vusa-Isizwe Security (Pty) Ltd illustrates a case which was dismissed because there wasn’t sufficient evidence to substantiate the claim made by the employees. The employees’ case is that they were employed by a temporary service provider to Prasa. For some years they had been providing security-related services to Prasa. ..

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