Mt­set­fwa ac­cused of lack­ing dis­ci­pline

Observer on Saturday - - News -

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.

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