Families of trapped Lily Mine workers mark 1,000 days of waiting for help

Families of trapped Lily Mine workers mark 1,000 days of waiting for help

2022-01-25 07:50:00 AM

Families of trapped Lily Mine workers mark 1,000 days of waiting for help

Pretty Nkambule, Solomon Nyirenda, and Yvonne Mnisi were trapped underground in Barberton five years ago.

Remembering Lily Mine tragedyTheir families and community members have marked a thousand days of camping outside the mine."This is a company that has shown us, including myself, the proof of funding, including the chief of the area and the plan to retrieve the container but still we can not do it and that is the question we are dwelling with almost every day," said Harry Mazibuko, the families' spokesperson.

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Till today no DIRECTOR was arrested 😭😭😭 The ministry of minerals led by the currupt Gwede will never ever assist those affected in Lily mine because he (Gwede) on behalf of his satanist organisation the ANC used that unfortunate incident to sacrifice for their God moleck who controls ANC demons and spirits

O kae HermanMashaba or it's was just an election campaign What happened Mr HermanMashaba because the last time I checked you were the one helping those families by forcing the government to bring them up? Very sad, their families will never find closure 😭 I bet the minerals been on the surface on the first day smh

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READ: Remembering Lily Mine tragedy Their families and community members have marked a thousand days of camping outside the mine. "This is a company that has shown us, including myself, the proof of funding, including the chief of the area and the plan to retrieve the container but still we can not do it and that is the question we are dwelling with almost every day," said Harry Mazibuko, the families' spokesperson. The families of trapped Lily Mine workers are upset about government's failure to help them retrieve their loved ones' remains.