Employee fired for posting racist remarks

By Drum Digital
09 April 2014

Vivienne Basson was fired from her job on Tuesday after posting racist remarks on her Facebook account.

The 43-year-old, who worked as a project manager for Ericsson South Africa, put up a status saying: “Effing k***** taxi. And once again I vote for the death penalty. These savages don’t deserve to live. But more importantly Daniel is alive and I am alive. They can rot in hell.”

Ericsson South Africa M.D Magnus Mchunguzi told SABC news that Basson had ‘breached their business ethics’.

“I do apologise for my unnecessary and hurtful remarks I have made on this public forum. My intention was not to be insensitive nor derogatory,” Basson later wrote.

Source: www.iol.co.za/dailynews

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