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Mozambique: Police Deny Killing Striking Worker

Author: Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, Published on: 19 July 2007

The Mozambican police have denied that a bullet fired from a police pistol was responsible for the death of a striking worker...at the Mafambisse sugar plantation [whose main shareholder is Tongaat-Hulett Group]...[S]pokesperson for the Sofala Provincial Police Command, Feliciano Dique denied that anybody from the police was in charge of the Mafambisse security guards.

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Related companies: Tongaat Hulett