Mtsetfwa accused of lacking discipline
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) before reaching the decision to dismiss Mtsetfwa from work, was informed that he lacked discipline.
According to witnesses paraded by the initiator, the appellant (Mtsetfwa) was disrespectful and used unfriendly language while at work.
Giving evidence before court were two witnesses on behalf of the respondent in Sabelo Sihlongonyane and Otto Dlamini, who told the court that the applicant was lacking too much in discipline and very difficult to work with.
They said the applicant did not respect authority and used foul language at work and that at one time a fire alarm rang and firemen went to the designated motor vehicle in readiness to attend to an emergency but the vehicle had mechanical problems. When the firemen were instructed to use another vehicle, the applicant refused to board the vehicle and ended up not attending to the emergency. At one time, he was instructed to attend to the watch room but he defied that instruction and the applicant would bang the table when his superiors called him to their offices while he also called one of his seniors a fool, a matter that was taken up legally by the superior and a lawsuit filed in court from that incident.