Baby Kruger’s nanny going to CCMA, says report

2010-05-19 07:38

The nanny of baby Marzanne Kruger would go to the Commission for

Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) after being fired by her

employer, The Star newspaper reported.


Nanny Franscina Sekhu has been fired by the Kruger family, who are

expected to be served with papers for the CCMA today, according to the

report.


Sekhu and baby Marzanne were assaulted during a house robbery in

Randburg several weeks ago. Sekhu reportedly opened the door for the attackers,

who had previously been employed to do construction work at the house.


Sekhu’s mother, Martha, said her daughter was told that she had

been fired after being discharged from hospital.


“I thought we would sit down and talk so that I could apologise

about what happened to the baby. We also feel the pain she (the mother) feels.

But they fought with us and kicked us out like dogs,” her mother told the

paper.


Labour consultant Aaron Mokhondo said Sekhu approached him to take

her case to the CCMA because her dismissal was invalid.


Kruger family friend Kobus Grobler said he was unaware that Sekhu

had been fired. “I am not even aware of the court action. As far as I know, she

is on sick leave. But if what you say is true, then it is an unfortunate

situation.”

 

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