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    Tuesday, 4 September 2018

    Beitbridge Sister-In-Charge suspended

    ELLEN MLAMBO
    TWO NATIONS
    ACTING EDITOR

    BEITBRIDGE – Senzeni Klassen, a sister-in-charge at Beitbridge District Hospital has been suspend from work for allegedly making remarks on an audio that are deemed to cause negative tribal sentiments.
    Klassen allegedly denigrated the Venda people in Beitbridge for voting a Zanu PF MP into power in the July 30, 2018 elections. She is said to have put Venda in low regard as compared to the Shona people
    The audio went viral on social media and some Venda people were already calling for her blood.
    The Mirror has established that Klassen was suspended on August 3 in the presence of her lawyers, Tinomuda Shoko and Obey Shava from the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights.
    The suspension letter, a copy of which The Mirror has was signed by the District Medical Officer Dr L. Samhere.
    Following allegation of an abusive audio circulating on social media, please be informed that you have been suspended from service and attendance at work or continued performance of your duties at Beitbridge District Hospital," read part of the suspension letter.

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