JOHANNESBURG - Live Real Estate has suspended one of its Cape Town specialists after a potential rental inhabitant took to online media recently to uncover the specialist after she declined his mentioned convenience due to his race.
Johnson at first said that the loft was accessible to rent for a very long time.
At the point when Osei got some information about the application structures, she later let him know that the customer (landowner) was "race explicit".
The domain specialist proceeded to say that it was not illicit for a property manager to be particular with regards to their occupants.
In an assertion on Instagram on Wednesday, Real Live Estate removed itself from her remarks, with the organization's CEO Brendan Miller portraying them as sickening.
Mill operator said that Johnson had joined the organization 48 hours before the episode was as yet during the time spent finishing in-house preparing.
The organization further expressed that it would research the circumstance and that Johnson would "in all probability be excused".
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