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What is it?
It’s an inducement by the employer to get the employee to do something wrong!

What does a chairperson need to take into consideration?

1.Whether the employee would have acted in the same way had s/he not been induced tod oso.
2.The employer mus thave actual proof of the misconduct, over and above the entrapment incident.
3.Entrapment should be raised during the hearing as a defence.
4.The employer must have suffered quantifiable loss before considering entrapment, it is a last resort!

How to consider the defence?
Test the credibility of the witnesses.
Assess which version is more probable, bearing in mind he who alleges must prove.

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