Chinese mine companies in Zimbabwe accused of ‘rampant abuse’ after boss shot local workers

A Zimbabwean rights group on Tuesday accused Chinese-run mining companies of “rampant abuse” after two workers were shot and wounded, allegedly by their Chinese boss, after they complained about outstanding wages.Police in the central city of Gweru said the dispute erupted on June 21, when coal mine owner Zhang Xuelin, 41, reneged on a promise to pay wages in US dollars instead of the local currency, whose value is fast depreciating.Watch again the shock moment Chinese national Zhang Xuelin,…

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