Judge dances to strip club tune


Judge dances to strip club tune

For years, strip clubs have been duping Home Affairs. To save money on permits for their foreign erotic dancers, they call them “workers”, whereas it is the women who have to pay the clubs that exploit them.

Home Affairs issue the clubs with corporate permits, allowing them simply to apply for a Worker’s Authorisation Certificate for each of the hundreds of strippers, mainly Eastern European, they bring into the country for three-month spells to “dance” at their venues. Abuse of the employment legislation is bare-faced cheek.

Judgment

Arabesque Contract Dancer

Corporate Permit Directive (June 2008)

Immigration Directive (June 2007)

Mavericks Dancers Rules

Mavericks Rules

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Submitted by : Jeff Van Belkum of Warner Beach on 2011-04-13 09:48:07
Are you surprised? Given that South Africa now meets the criteria required to be declared a 'failed state', one surely cannot expect the standards and values associated with modern, civilised government!
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