He was fired while in jail, but wants his job back. Uhm ... no

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He was fired while in jail, but wants his job back. Uhm ... no

This social worker had even admitted his crime before taking his bosses to court. Now, a judge has put him firmly in his place

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After being sentenced to four years in prison for bribery and corruption, chances are your employer is probably not going to keep you on.

But even though he still got six months’ salary before being dismissed following his criminal conviction, one corrupt Free State social worker is insisting the department rehire him.

Lucas Molehe had worked for the department of social development in the Free State since 1980, but by the 2010s it appeared he was more interested in making money on the side than helping people...

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