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By unknown | Aug 06, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

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A Tembisa man in Gauteng is fuming after a Mpumalanga company he was allegedly contracted to transport goods for has not paid him.

Tinyiko Mthimkhulu, 27, said the company is known as New Hero Travel and is based in Witbank.

"I signed a contract and paid the administration fee of R5 000 to transport different goods throughout the country."

Mthikhulu said he transported cleaning goods to Pick n Pay and Game stores.

"Everyone who had signed the same contract as mine was not paid."

According to the contract, a copy of which Sowetan has, the client's payment was to be determined by the goods to be transport each month.

Calculations shows the company owes him R15000.

One of the company's directors, only known as Thandi, could not be reached as her phone went unanswered yesterday.


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