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Violent deaths in NUMSA plastics manufacturing industry strike

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Is this a portent of things to come?

Yesterday (4 December 2018) an employee of D&K Management Consultants, was doused in petrol and set alight – he succumbed to his injuries and passed away. He is the first fatal casualty of the strike which has been raging for the last 6 weeks. But he is not the only serious casualty. As an example, one of the directors was assaulted and is currently in ICU, along with his secretary who was stabbed in the neck by strikers. 

MD of D&K Management Consultants, Kyle Condon and his team have been on site at the NUMSA strike as protection as the widespread riots and violence continue to escalate. 

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