A white Eskom worker was “unfairly discriminated against” based on his race when Eskom decided not to appoint him to a new position after more than 30 years at the power utility.

This was the finding of the labour court in Cape Town after a challenge brought by trade union Solidarity on behalf of the worker, Althus Erasmus...

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