Tamsanqa is an employment attorney who was admitted in 2018. He worked as a Candidate Attorney and then an Associate at Mkhabela Huntley Attorneys. He was appointed as an Associate at CDH in late 2018. He was appointed Senior Associate in 2021.

Tamsanqa has experience in both chairing and prosecuting disciplinary hearings, advising clients on employment issues including collective agreement, retrenchments etc as well as general labour disputes. He also regularly appears at the CCMA and the Labour Court.

Education

  • LLB,  Nelson Mandela University

  • LLM, University of KwaZulu-Natal

  • Year admitted as an attorney: 2018

  • Registered with the Legal Practice Council

Membership

  • The South African Labour Law Society (SASLAW)
  • African Labour Law Society (ALLS)
Mandatory vaccines in the workplace
21 January 2022 Employment Law

Mandatory vaccines in the workplace

Tamsanqa Mila, Senior Associate in our Employment Law practice joined Etv to discuss mandatory vaccines in the workplace. He explains the importance of conducting risk assessments for employers, and the three grounds for exemption being constitutional, religious, and medial related grounds.

COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Policies
29 June 2021 Employment Law

COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Policies

Tamsanqa Mila, Senior Associate in our Employment Law practice joined Newzroom Afrika to discuss the COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Policies. He also gives insight into various COVID-19 employment law related issues in the workplace.

Dismissals in the time of a Pandemic
7 March 2022 Employment Law

Dismissals in the time of a Pandemic

For many South Africans, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought waves of uncertainty. Throughout, the pinnacle of uncertainty has always rested with the implications of the virus for the South African workforce. These implications have begun to materialise with the implementation of mandatory vaccination policies in the workplace. In the case of TM v Goldrush Group, one such employee faced the implications of refusing to be vaccinated in the face of a mandatory vaccination policy. In this podcast, Dylan Bouchier and Tamsanqa Mila discuss the case of TM v Goldrush Group, and breakdown the decision of the Commissioner.

Constitutional Court's dismissal of an appeal
4 March 2022 Employment Law

Constitutional Court's dismissal of an appeal

Tamsanqa Mila, Senior Associate in our Employment Law practice recently discussed the Constitutional Court's dismissal of an appeal, brought by public sector unions after the government reneged on aspects of its collective wage agreement reached in 2018.

Temporarily Financial Relief Scheme
30 August 2021 Employment Law

Temporarily Financial Relief Scheme

Tamsanqa Mila, Senior Associate in our Employment Law practice joined Channel Africa to discuss the Temporarily Financial Relief Scheme for employees. He gives insights into the purpose of the scheme, who may apply, and how to apply.

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