Former UJ Lecturer Claims She Was Fired Because She Is From Zimbabwe

Former UJ Lecturer Claims She Was Fired Because She Is From Zimbabwe

A previous College of Johannesburg (UJ) teacher who was excused for terrible showing and net deceitfulness believes Judge Phanuel Mudau should recuse himself from pass on to pursue procedures she sent off to challenge a judgment in which he rejected her in an application for her excusal.

She accepts that xenophobia corrupted the interaction, from the inside UJ procedures against her to the case before Mudau.

The pass on to pursue application should be heard on 13 October yet has been deferred by her offered for Mudau's recusal.

Lyness Matizirofa presented a grumbling to Gauteng Judge President Dunstan Mlambo on Monday by means of her legal counselors, Machaba Lawyers.

Her charges date back to 2020, when she was excused as an insights instructor for lackluster showing as well as gross untrustworthiness for supposedly hiding unfortunate work execution. She denied the charges.

She claimed that parttime CCMA chief Keheditse Masege, who intervened in the inner procedures at UJ, presented an unlawful report that depended on a fake format that the foundation used to fabricate its excusal body of evidence against her.