Jobs Safe for Game and Makro Staff Despite Widespread Theft and Damage

Jobs Safe for Game and Makro Staff Despite Widespread Theft and Damage

  • Employees of Massmart stores Makro and Game do not need to worry about losing their jobs after the violent unrest
  • The company has promised that they would not let any employee go while they rebuild and restock their stores that were damaged
  • The violent unrest saw many stores and warehouses burned and looted as angry protestors went on a looting spree

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Massmart, the company that owns Makro and Game says that employees jobs are safe while they rebuild and restock their stores in the wake of the violent looting.

Many South Africans are concerned about their jobs after many companies had their warehouses and stores looted and vandalised in the unrest.

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Massmart has said the Game and Makro employees jobs are safe. Photo credit: @crimewatch202
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Brian Leroni, Massmart's senior vice-president said that 43 of its facilities in KwaZulu-Natal were affected by the unrest.

He said that the company's priority was to make sure its employees were safe and that the company's physical assets were secure.

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The company will look at safely reopening their stores in a responsible manner in affected areas according to IOL.

Ramaphosa gets his hands dirty on Mandela Day cleaning up after failed insurrection

President Cyril Ramaphosa was not being metaphorical when he said that he would help the country clean up after a week of violent unrest.

He got his hands dirty and personally took part in a cleanup operation to mark Mandel Day 2021.

Ramaphosa said that he joined all South Africans in cleaning up the country after the failed insurrection attempt left many parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in ruin.

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Rachel Kolisi reflects on Mandela day

Rachel Kolisi took to Instagram to reflect on Mandela Day 2021, she reckons her husband Siya and former president Nelson Mandela would have been great friends.

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She shared a pic of Siya standing in front of a picture of Mandela and revealed that it was one of her favourite pictures.

Through her work with the Kolisi Foundation, Rachel has been able to meet a lot of people who knew Mandela personally and through their stories, she has gotten to know Madbiba very well.

Kolisi Foundation calls on people to find a cause they are passionate about and support it

Rachel and Siya Kolisi's foundation, the Kolisi Foundation, has become a force for good in South Africa and are often finding ways to help Mzansi.

The foundation posted that supporting an organisation is more than one event but is driven by relationship building and commitment.

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