If there is a jurisdictional dispute between two or more bargaining councils in the Public Service, including the PSCBC, any party to the dispute may refer the dispute to the CCMA
On good cause shown, the General Secretary may permit a party to refer a dispute after the relevant time limits in clause 9 have expired.
The substantive provisions of any applicable statute on unfair dismissals and unfair labour practices, as worded at any given time, apply as substantive provisions of these procedures.
The General Secretary or a panellist may condone any failure to comply with the time frames in these procedures, on good cause shown. An application for condonation must be made in terms of clause 40.3.
If a party to any proceedings has been incorrectly or defectively cited, the General Secretary or a panellist may, on application and on notice to the parties concerned, correct the error or defect.
The General Secretary or a panellist, of the General Secretary's or panellist's own accord or on application, may consolidate more than one disputes so that the disputes may be dealt with in the same proceedings, or it may order separate hearings to be held in respect of separate disputes.