WATCH : Below is a link to the video in which the owner of Kream Restaurant was being interviewed on Newzroom Afrika to give an account of his restaurant after the visit by the EFF
In the video above , the owner of Kream restaurant informed Xoli Mngambi that his restaurant had everything on board and that there was nothing illegal about it .The visit to his restaurant took place when EFF decided to pay visits to some restaurants to assess the ration of South African nationals to foreign nationals who were employed .
The owner of Keam Restaurant said that his establishment had no agenda of hiring foreign nationals over South Africans .When he was asked to give an account of the ratio of employment in terms of percentages between South Africans and foreign nationals , he said that it was 52-48 in favor of South Africans .
A question that followed was whether the foreign nationals that were hired were documented .In response , he said that he had no gain in hiring undocumented foreign nationals .Therefore all the foreign nationals that work at Kream Restaurant are documented .
He added that as a high profile brand , everything had to be in order . They would not risk their business by hiring undocumented foreign nationals as the department of Home Affairs is always on them .As far as why their restaurant had been identified by the EFF leader , he said that his restaurant was a busy one and that Malema had been his customer for a long time . He would add that Malema was served mostly by foreign nationals .
It was shared that Mr Malema has been a customer at the restaurant for a long time and he is even known to many of his employees .What do you think about the visit by Malema ?
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