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I refer to the incident that occurred on the 18th February 2014 with Bankosi when i unfortunately lost my temper. The sequence of events are as follows: * I had called for Bankosi to remove the scrap bricks from the yard. * Bankosi shows me his fists in an intimidating manner and proceeds to talk in his language to his peers when they all laughed at me. * I called him to resolve the matter maturely but Bankosi proceeded to “entertain” his friends at my expense where at this point they were even more amused. * I became quite frustrated and unfortunately lost my temper and punched him which I deeply regretted afterwards hence i went to apologise to him which he accepted.

We talked about it and i apologised and we were cool. When the maintenance foreman instructed him to do his job, he refused and he was given a yellow card for not following instructions. That is when he decided to come and report me after 6 days. As a matter of fact, this hearing is void. One more thing he said that i must give him a R100 for punching him and when i came back the next day he demanded more money from me and i refused as we sorted our difference out.
This is a business and we cant afford to have customers complaining about bad quality products.
Our main priority in this industry is the best of quality. This is a business where only the best product must be sold to customers. We are running double shift at the moment and whatever product i make during my shift gets taken out by the other shift. In order for them to reach the set target, my shift must ensure that it sends only good quality product into the…...

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