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ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba has sent a strong message to Lily Mine management, Business Rescue Practitioners and the government that justice should prevail.

2022-01-26 11:19:00 AM

ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba marks one thousand days since some family members of Pretty Nkambule, Yvonne Mnisi and Solomon Nyirenda started camping outside Lily mine premises.

ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba has sent a strong message to Lily Mine management, Business Rescue Practitioners and the government that justice should prevail.

thousand days since some family members started to campoutside the mine premises.Pretty Nkambule, Yvonne Mnisi and Solomon Nyirenda were working inside a container that was buried when the mine collapsed in February 2016.The families of the deceased have been pressuring the authorities to

, which was stopped due to safety concerns.Mashaba says criminal charges will be instituted against those who are behind the disaster.“One message I really want our government, the owners of this mine and business rescue practitioners [to know], I want them to know [this] very clear message. Yes we want the container to come out so that the families [can] see closure for the burial of their loved ones.”

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Is the goverment fully equipped to recover these people . It's so sad that it took this long... Action S.A must be applauded.Mashaba was the first to highlight the problem of foreigners.He was insulted by the media,parliament all of all of them are jumping up and down like Casy and JoJo.Political parties which have been in parliament now they talking

Ahhaahhaa make noise....Herman just get real now ... the families you are crying with need food.....you are busy burning petrol to have cameras accompanying you