Advocate Lehlohonolo Molefe has been at the helm of  the labour registrar’s office for little more than two years, and the green shoots of recovery in employer-employee relations are beginning to show.

Soon after his appointment for a two-year term by then labour minister Mildred Oliphant in 2018, Molefe quickly sought to revamp the labour landscape in the country, taking on powerful employer organisations and trade unions that were rampantly shortchanging workers and engaging in a host of ills.

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