A 34 year old South African man has been allegedly shot on his upper leg by his Chinese employer.
Earlier reported had it that the two were involved in an altercation which led to the Chinese employer shooting and severely injuring his bartender employee at around 18:52 on Wednesday evening 06 October next to Shoprite Complex.
According to a source that spoke to news correspondents, he said that argument ensued when the employer refused to register his employees through "The South African Department of Labor" as legal employees, a process the employer has been avoiding for many years since he started trading with the liquor store.
The incident has triggered anger within the community and they are willing to fight for justice.
Meanwhile, police are currently Investigating the matter and the public will be notified with the outcome.
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