Our expert says:
RE: WHERE TO GO FROM HERE
It is suggested that you need to complain to both the Department of Labour and the CCMA. It is clear that you are being sexually harassed at work. Obviously you must look for alterative employment, you cannot remain there in those circumstances. It is important for you to raise this grievance as soon as possible.
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