Companies need to be very careful and vigilant when employing new workers into they businesses. Every details about the person to be hired should be known by potential employer to avoid falling victim.
Job seekers can subtly come to companies for job opportunities and when they get hired such companies could be victimized at the long run.
This is the exact situation with a South African farm owner who hired a Zimbabwean man on the 30th day of September. He was given a well furnished flat situated at Horseshoe valley where he is expected to operate from but tragedy struck when the employee disappeared with his employers working tools, new power tools, TV set and decoder.
His whereabout is still unknown and his cellphone has been switched off from the day he disappeared.
The farm owner has promised R10000 reward for anyone who will bring reasonable information that can lead to his arrest.
According to a statement released by Mr Handsome on Twitter:
"Did anyone see this person. He's zimbabwean and was employed as handyman on the 30th of September.
He moved out of his flat at my farm situated in horseshoe valley. He disappeared conveniently with all my tools, new power tools and a TV including decoder taken out of B and B rooms.
His cellphone is switched off. R10000 for any information that will lead to his arrest."
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