Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Bawusa disappointed of the injustice of Micheal Daniels murder case

Oscar Thomas
29 July 2014

The Bawusa Agricultural Workers Union of South Africa said it is disappointed at the outcome of the case of the murder of Michael Daniels. 

It is alleged that Daniels was struck by a bullet fired by a police officer during a strike in Wolseley almost two years ago. 

The court acquitted John Geldenhuys of all charges of the basis of insufficient evidence. 

Bawusa General Secretary Nosey Pieterse said farmworkers cannot rely on the police and the courts for justice.

Pieterse said one can see now what we have been saying all the time has been true that there is no justice for farmworkers and we can’t rely on the courts and police to defend farmworkers.

“We will have to take the defence of farmworkers into our own hands because relying on the system will just bring about more disappointments Pieterse added.



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