Kruger National Park sexual assault victim accused of dishonesty

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Kruger National Park chief executive Fundisile Mketeni has spoken out for the first time through his lawyer since he was accused of sexual harassment. Photo: Deaan Vivier
Kruger National Park chief executive Fundisile Mketeni has spoken out for the first time through his lawyer since he was accused of sexual harassment. Photo: Deaan Vivier

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Mketeni allegedly sexually harassed and assaulted an employee of Kruger Shalati – a concessionaire lodge offering accommodation and a restaurant within the park – on May 6.

The woman was allegedly assaulted after she rejected Mketeni’ sexual advances.

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