Ten years after two Chinese managers at the Collum coal mine in Zambia opened fire and injured 11 workers who were protesting against low pay and poor conditions, a similar situation, albeit on a smaller scale, occurred this past weekend in Zimbabwe.
On Sunday morning at 9:30, Kenneth Tachiona and Wendy Chikwaira got into a heated argument with their manager, Zhang Xuelin, at the Reeden Mining Company in the central city of Gweru.
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