OMBUDSMAN

OMBUDSMAN: a body that receives and resolves complaints in a specific industry, for example, the Ombudsman for Short-term or Long-term Insurance in the insurance industry or the Ombudsman for Banking Services in the banking industry. An ombudsman exists as a result of law or through an association.

Operational Reasons

A no-fault dismissal based on economic, structural or similar needs of the employer.

Ordinary Course of Business

When a supplier sells goods or renders services to make a living. For example, when Mpho buys an old guitar from his uncle Mike (who is a motor vehicle dealer), it will not be in the ordinary course of Mike’s business; the CPA will not apply. However, if Mike sold guitars for a living; the CPA will apply.

ORDINARY COURSE OF BUSINESS

ORDINARY COURSE OF BUSINESS: when a supplier sells goods or renders services to make a living. For example, when Mpho buys an old guitar from his uncle Mike (who is a motor vehicle dealer), it will not be in the ordinary course of Mike’s business; the CPA will not apply. However, if Mike sold guitars for a living; the CPA will apply.