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Cash-in-transit security guard George Maduna is not a happy man. His future at Coin Security is uncertain and he has not been paid his November salary.
Maduna, 33, is one of four security guards allegedly assaulted by police when millions of rands were stolen from the Coin's Muldersdrift depot in October.
l He was suspended in November for tellingSowetan his story.
l He was paid R86 at the end of November and is still waiting for the balance.
l His disciplinary hearing was postponed, but he has not been told when it will be held.
l He was paid his full salary for last month, but he's not happy.
"I don't know whether I still have a job. I sit at home hoping Coin will call," Maduna said yesterday.
Coin's spokesman, Mark Celcraig, said Maduna's next hearing would be in the next few days.
l After the alleged assault, the guards laid a charge against the police, but no arrests have been made.
Gauteng police spokesman Govindsamy Mariemuthoo said police were still investigating .