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Constructive dismissal is covered by Section 186(e) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995. Constructive Dismissal is defined as a dismissal, because although the employee terminated the employment relationship, the employee’s resignation is due to the employer making continued employment intolerable. To the extend that the employee cannot be expected to put up with it or endure the employer’s treatment. The word "intolerable" involves a breach of contract or some form of coercion or duress.

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