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Fired city HR boss gets job back – four years later

20 January 2014
Rochelle de Kock

ALMOST four years after he was suspended and eventually fired by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, human resources management services director Chris Jamda is expected to report for duty today.

The SA Local Government Bargaining Council ordered two weeks ago that Jamda be reinstated because he had been unfairly dismissed.

He was suspended in May 2010 for gross dishonesty and allegedly misrepresenting information in a report.

However, at the time, it was alleged that the charges were trumped up because he had fallen out of favour with the ANC when he joined COPE.
 

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