Molatelo Makhura advises and litigates widely on issues involving collective bargaining and organisational rights, industrial action, restructuring and retrenchments, dismissals and general terms and conditions of employment. He represents and advises business, labour, the NGO sector, various government agencies and departments at both national and local level on various employment and labour-related issues.
He also advises various NGOs on service level agreements. His litigation work on behalf of trade unions and employees has included unfair dismissals, strikes, lock-outs, collective bargaining and unfair labour practices. He appears regularly in the CCMA, bargaining councils and the Labour Courts. He has also served as both chairperson and prosecutor in disciplinary hearings for both the private and public sectors.
He received a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2005.