Repudiation of Contract
Once an employer and an employee conclude a contract of employment, the employer must accept the employee into employment and provide him or her with the contractually agreed work. An employer is therefore obliged to allow the employee to perform his or her service in accordance with the agreed contract of service. Where an employee, refuses to tender his or her services in terms of the contract of employment, it follows that the employer will have no reciprocal duty to remunerate the employee. Suffice to point out the repudiation of contract entitles the innocent party to either terminate the contract or to enforce the contract.
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