Members of the board of directors of Shumba Logistics paid a visit to check on the victims of the tragic road accident that left two dead when their bus which was traveling from Zimbabwe to South Africa rammed into the back of a truck.
Speaking to Report Focus News the company’s Public Relations consultant Mr Marshal Ndlela said “Shumba Logistics has a corporate duty of care and it is the company’s ethos to show compassion and care to its clients”
Mr Ndlela said “ We are a company that is grounded on Ubuntu, ethically we mourn and condole with the bereaved. We have a duty of care and as such we have come to check on those who got injured in that tragic accident on Friday morning. The co-driver and his assistant who were injured in that accident are making remarkable progress and we are glad that almost all of those who were taken to hospital have been discharged.”
The directors visited injured passengers who were ferried to Tshwane and Steve Biko hospitals respectively after the unfortunate accident last Friday morning.
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