There are objective factors that show that the parties are bound by the provisions of the main contract by incorporating them into the collective agreement of January 7, 2011.  The main agreement expressly limits the duration of a dismissal to a period of eight weeks. However, in this case, the claimant was unable to resume production because the claimant did not have any ore. As the annex remains inactive for several weeks, the applicant charges a short-term advance, as provided for in the main contract. The short term was used exclusively for the maintenance of the installation. The interview must be conducted without the complainant fully assuming her salary responsibility, as she was unable to produce.  Before and before the Labour Court, the Claimant had two main arguments from Mr. GC Pretorius SC.