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Black student refused work permission

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    Mavudzi v Employment Service for Scotland and others [1996] IT/3793/95 (0 other reports)

A jobcentre officer who refused a black overseas student permission to work part time unlawfully discriminated, rules an Edinburgh industrial tribunal (Chair: S F R Patrick) in Mavudzi v Employment Service for Scotland and others.

Tapela Mavudzi, a black student from Botswana studying in Edinburgh, successfully sought part-time employment as a waitress at a local branch of Pizza Hut.