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Chinese Construction Company Took Unusually Swift Action Against Employee in Sierra Leone For Attacking Local Safety Inspectors

We now have the full details about that shocking video that circulated on social media on Wednesday, showing an employee of the China Railway Seventh Group (CRSG) attacking inspectors from the Sierra Leone Mining Association, who were conducting an unannounced inspection of the repair shop at the Tonkolili iron ore mine.

CRSG fired the employee in question and issued a public apology for his behavior. The full company statement on the issue is available here and confirmation of the employee’s dismissal can be found here.

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