'Bring back my hand'

Thulani Moyo PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Thulani Moyo PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

"At least they should give me back my hand," pleads 35-year-old Zimbabwean national, Thulani Moyo whose right hand had been capped after an accident at his workplace back in 2020.

After a two-year chase, Moyo has lost all hope. He came to The Monitor offices last week seeking to amplify his voice. With a pile of papers and documentation dating as far back as June 2020, Moyo is a man in distress. “I have lost my life and my family.

The mother of my child has also abandoned me. I cannot find any work because of my disability now but the least they could do is compensate me,” he said. Narrating his ordeal, Moyo says he was employed by Kalahari Bricks since 2017.

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Parents should be more proactive in children’s lives

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