Truck driver still hurting a year after employer hurled expletives at him
Delayed justice dismay for K-word insult victim
A truck driver who opened a case of crimen injuria against his former employer for calling him a K-word in December says he is still waiting for the justice system to take its course.
Michael Makola, 49, from GaSekgopo village outside Modjadjiskloof in Limpopo, who worked as a long-distance truck driver for Yankee Trading Pty Ltd for almost two years, said he opened a case against his employer Duncan Hawthorne at Modjadjiskloof police station after he called him a K-word during their telephonic conversation. ..
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