I would not want to work for this guy!
Case sparked racial outrage in South Africa
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (Reuters) — A white South African farmer and one of his employees were convicted of feeding his former black worker to lions while still alive in a premeditated murder, a court ruled on Thursday.
Investigators found little more than a skull, a few bones and a finger last year in the enclosure for rare white lions in the northern Limpopo province, where the murder took place.
The case had sparked outrage in South Africa, where some white farmers are still accused of abusing black workers more than a decade after the end of apartheid.
Judge George Maluleke passed the guilty verdict against farmer Mark Scott-Crossley and worker Simon Mathebula, who had both denied killing 41-year-old former employee Nelson Chisale, the SAPA news agency reported.
The post-mortem gave Chisale’s cause of death as “being mauled by lions”.