Care at the Lion Match facility in Rosslyn, northern Pretoria has denied the Tshwane Bahlali Dudula Movement’s claim that they owe foreigners more than South Africans.
The locals complain that the company hires foreigners 80% and 20% South Africans.
The company has also called on service providers to review their work files so that they can fix the record and move.
With a statement released in the media, the safety device manufacturer urged residents to avoid blocking production in the facility.
Earlier Monday, hundreds of members of the Tshwane Bahlali Dudula Movement rallied at the center, demanding that they be prepared for action.
Hundreds of Tshwane residents race on Lion Match and Rosslyn:
Pretoria Lion Match denies taking more foreigners than South Africans – SABC News
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