Thanks,Crazy funny man!
Full marks to that response!
+1. There are also ways and means of getting rid of someone. They will just have to explore these options. I would not like to have a person like this working for me. My regular staff are enough of a headacheThis crap needs to be taken to a Higher court immediately and a stop put to it.
Doesn't harm anyone?Everyone always asking "Why can't people just believe what they want whether it's true or not, it doesn't harm anyone?"
In regards to small businesses and something I often mention to people when this conversation comes up.+1. There are also ways and means of getting rid of someone. They will just have to explore these options. I would not like to have a person like this working for me. My regular staff are enough of a headache
Link.A woman who was "badly tormented by her ancestors" had to be reinstated in her post, even if she took a month's leave without her employer's permission, the Labour Appeal Court has ruled. Three judges from the Labour Appeals Court delivered their verdict, saying the judgment was "something new", Beeld reported. Johannah Mmelodi, who had already worked for the Kievitskroon Country Estate for eight years, attended in her own free time a course to become a traditional healer. After completing the course, she asked for a month's unpaid leave to attend another course, to become a sangoma.
So now "culture" and made up fairy tale schit, takes precedence over common sense/the law.The company appealed, and the Labour Appeals Court ruled in Mmelodi's favour, saying South Africa was a land of many cultures and that traditional Western culture could not be allowed to dominate the African culture of many of the country's inhabitants.