Thursday, May 20, 2010

Baby Kruger nanny goes to CCMA

hat tip: Anonymous Commenter

This one kinda takes the cake: befriend and let in some strangers who try to kill the baby you are minding, get fired for it, and then waddle off to the CCMA! Eish, it's the African way..

May 20, 2010 8:56 AM | By Sapa

The nanny of baby Marzanne Kruger has lodged her complaint with the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration after being fired by her employer, her lawyer says.

>>The CCMA's website

"She feels that procedure was not followed when she was fired and wants maximum compensation," Aaron Mokhondo told a newspaper.

"We have been allocated a case number but we don't have the date of the hearing yet."

Nanny Franscina Sekhu was fired by the Kruger family after she and the one-year-old baby were severely assaulted by three men.

Sekhu is accused of having let the men into the house and allegedly had tea with one of them while watching television.

The Kruger family's lawyer, Pieter van R Coetzee, did not want to comment.

Meanwhile, one of the assault accused, Nelson Maphosa, was expected to apply for bail in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday.

6 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

Thanks for putting it up guys, and again, please get rid of any Bantu Labour.

Common Sense

Anonymous said...

She and other blacks like her, is the reason I am a racist.

Exzanian said...

I feel a pulsing vein in my temple right now...head aches. Ow, got to see the doc. sharp pain in my left arm...shit.

FreeThinker said...

Indeed - stop appointing the bastards. Convinced my family to cease all operations employing dozens and they have done that now.

The risk of new business is nothing compared to employee issues.

Anonymous said...

Hey Exzanian, as a mate said to me recently: "why stress over the stupidity of the Whites still left in SA, they choose to still co-exist with the Bantu, those of us abroad, or in Orania, don't suffer such stress?"

I have to say, I've been feeling better since hearing that. As an ex-teacher I've always remembered the saying: "you can lead a horse to water..."

Common Sense

Born to be wild said...

This story is a metaphor for what is wrong with South Africa and probably the rest of Africa: blacks can't stand on their own feet and they make life hell for people of other races.