Employment – Dismissal. There was no reason to interfere with the Supreme Court of Mauritius's conclusion that the appellant employer had failed to establish that it could not, in good faith, have taken any other course other than dismissal of the respondent employee. Accordingly, the Privy Council dismissed the employer's appeal against the Supreme Court's decision allowing the employee's appeal against the dismissal of his claim that he had been unjustifiably dismissed by the appellant employer.