SA Post Office on old social media video from 2018
12 October 2021
The SA Post Office has noted an old video dating back to 2018 from the news website The Lowvelder, which was taken by a reader and submitted to the newspaper. The video is now being circulated on social media. Both former employees shown in the video plucking chickens were dismissed from the SA Post Office following a disciplinary procedure.
The disciplinary procedure was completed after the publication of the article in the Lowvelder.
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Issued by South African Post Office, 13 October 2021
Why why why are people plucking chickens at the post office? https://t.co/uUYmzeFX65— Mbali Ntuli (@mbalimcdust) October 13, 2021