Nadeem Mahomed

Professional Support Lawyer

Nadeem Mahomed is a Professional Support Lawyer in our Employment Law practice, and Knowledge Management Department.

Nadeem Mahomed

About Nadeem

About Nadeem

Nadeem joined CDH in 2022. Prior to that, Nadeem worked in the employment law department at a corporate law firm and consulted independently in the area of employment law. He served as a legal clerk to Justice Chris Jafta at the Constitutional Court and has occupied research positions at the University of Cape Town and the University of Johannesburg.

Credentials

Credentials

Education

  • BA Law (Philosophy & Law), University of the Witwatersrand
  • LLB, University of the Witwatersrand
  • Year of admission as an Attorney: 2011
  • Hons (Semitic Languages and Cultures), University of Johannesburg
  • Masters (Religion Studies), University of Johannesburg
  • PhD (Religion Studies), University of Johannesburg
  • Registered with the Legal Practice Council

About Nadeem

Nadeem joined CDH in 2022. Prior to that, Nadeem worked in the employment law department at a corporate law firm and consulted independently in the area of employment law. He served as a legal clerk to Justice Chris Jafta at the Constitutional Court and has occupied research positions at the University of Cape Town and the University of Johannesburg.

Credentials

Education

  • BA Law (Philosophy & Law), University of the Witwatersrand
  • LLB, University of the Witwatersrand
  • Year of admission as an Attorney: 2011
  • Hons (Semitic Languages and Cultures), University of Johannesburg
  • Masters (Religion Studies), University of Johannesburg
  • PhD (Religion Studies), University of Johannesburg
  • Registered with the Legal Practice Council

News

A change to working hours in South Africa: The Department of Employment and Labour weighs in
Employment Law

A change to working hours in South Africa: The Department of Employment and Labour weighs in

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, many were shocked at discussions around the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the digitization of work, and the creation of ‘gig’ platforms, citing these...

Criminal sanction and dismissal for failure to comply with mandatory vaccination and dissemination of false news regarding vaccine efficacy
Employment Law

Criminal sanction and dismissal for failure to comply with mandatory vaccination and dissemination of false news regarding vaccine efficacy

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the most significant global public health issue in recent memory, and certainly the most serious in terms of its global effect after the HIV/AIDS epidemic...

Menstrual leave: Advancing gender equality in the workplace
Employment Law

Menstrual leave: Advancing gender equality in the workplace

The opening up of the workplace and the inclusion of women in a formal manner in the economy has increased since the early 20 th century. Since then, the path to equal access to professional careers,...

Webinar Recording | The economic outlook for 2023 and Employment Law: What to expect?
Employment Law

Webinar Recording | The economic outlook for 2023 and Employment Law: What to expect?

The growth of the global economy is projected to decline in 2023 affecting emerging markets and developing economies negatively.

Do the CCMA rules empower a commissioner to ignore a late con/arb objection and proceed with an arbitration in terms of section 191(5)(a)(c) of the LRA?
Employment Law

Do the CCMA rules empower a commissioner to ignore a late con/arb objection and proceed with an arbitration in terms of section 191(5)(a)(c) of the LRA?

In a recent decision of the Labour Court in Valinor Trading 133 CC t/a Kings Castle v The CCMA and Others (JR292/19) ZALCJHB 10 (3 February 2023), the court answered “ no ” to this...