The terms of service apply to the service concerned when a contract has been concluded. The SALGBC parties (SALGA, SAMWU and IMATU) agreed on this point and commissioned a multimedia video to ensure, as part of their joint contribution to raising awareness of COVID-19 in the sector and conveying a message of support and motivation from the parties to the sector. The 10-minute video is available on YouTube, please click here or use the following link: youtu.be/vO7JjwK12Qo the video is also available on the electronic and digital platforms salgBC, SALGA, SAMWU and IMATU. Collective bargaining for the Disciplinary Code was completed and a collective agreement was reached on 1 February 2018.  The plaintiffs` reasons for seeking a stay of arbitration proceedings are essentially based on the provisions of Section 13 of the SALGBC Constitution, which requires each party to pursue a dispute in arbitration. To that end, it was argued that, since the adoption of the jurisdiction decision, the arbitrator had not initiated the following proceedings, which resulted in the dispute concerning the interpretation/application of a collective agreement being fixed for the second time at conciliation and the issuance of a certificate of performance.  The South African Local Government Bargaining Council (SALGBC) Wage and Collective Agreement 2012/2013  In interpreting these provisions, it was argued, on behalf of the applicants, that, if the Tribunal refused to grant remedies, the issue of the dispute to be submitted to the SALGBC for conciliation would result in the issue being in dispute, which will not be served on them and returned to SALGBC, without the forms prescribed by the collective agreement of the parties. One of the essential tasks of SALGBC is the management of disputes referred to the Council. Disputes are handled at divisional level and/or within the Central Council. Disputes, such as unjustified dismissals, unfair labour practices, are referred to the competent Regional Secretary of the Division and to the competent regional offices. As regards the interpretation or application of a collective agreement concluded at the level of the Central Council, it must be referred to the Secretary-General. .