Farm worker threatens farmer with death on Facebook

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Farm worker threatens farmer with death on Facebook. Photo: Front Nasionaal SA
Farm worker threatens farmer with death on Facebook. Photo: Front Nasionaal SA

The discussion in the attached screenshots openly took place on Facebook on Wednesday evening 25 April 2018.

A certain Thato Kashe is apparently unhappy with working conditions on a farm in the Clocolan district and reported it to the CCMA and the local municipalities.

He now threatens to kill the farmer, whose identity is unknown. According to his profile he travelled to the Free State yesterday before he made these comments.

We would like to ask that you help Front National to share this information. We wish to alert the farmer, who might recognise the profile, and urge him to take precautions for his safety.

We would also like to invite the farmer to contact us if this message reaches him by sending an email to [email protected]

The threat to kill him is a criminal action and needs to be addressed immediately.

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