Blood flows at Truckhire


A warehouse manager and an expelled truck driver at Truck Hire ended up at medical facilities after they engaged in a bloody fight Thursday that left them with bandaged heads.

The warehouse manager, known only as Ramos, was rushed to an unnamed private hospital while Kagiso Motlhabane, the driver, was rushed to Old Naledi Clinic where he left with a huge plaster on his head.

Narrating the story, Pitso Mmea, Zachariah Seetapele and Kebitseng Sebalusu who have also been fired, said Motlhabane had come to demand a salary and exit package that he believes the company owed him. The encounter turned nasty when he was told he would not get anything.

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