Link:https://twitter.com/HeraldNMB/status/1486293222271995910?s=08 ActionSA pioneer Herman Mashaba hosts repeated the gathering's obligation to advocate for the groups of three Vantage Goldfields Lily Mine workers who were caught when a focal point of support fell into a sinkhole on February 5 2016. Almost six years after the fact, the misery endures as the collections of Yvonne Mnisi, Solomon Nyirenda and Pretty Nkambule stay underground.
In February 2016 The lily mine in barberton mpumalanga collapsed and the bodies of three mine workers were trapped in the container. The bodies of Pretty Nkambule,Yvonne Mnisi and Solomon Nyirenda hasn't been retrieved for almost 4 years since the tragic incident and the families haven't found the peace and come to terms to the fact that nothing can be done about the missing container. The chief inspector of mines at the department of mineral resources and energy David Msiza said they disagree with the statement
ActionSA pioneer and leader Herman Mashaba has rehashed the social affair's commitment to advocate for the gatherings of three Vantage Goldfields Lily Mine laborers who were gotten when a point of convergence of help fell into a sinkhole on February 5 2016. Just about six years sometime later, the hopelessness suffers as the assortments of Yvonne Mnisi, Solomon Nyirenda and Pretty Nkambule stay underground.
Solomon Nyarenda, Yvonne Mnisi, and Pretty Nkambule were working inside a container that was buried when the mine collapsed in February 2016. The families and friends of the three mineworkers, whose bodies were trapped underground at Lily Mine more than 1000 days ago, say they are marking a milestone by camping outside the mine’s offices at Louisville, near Barberton, in Mpumalanga.
The families of trapped Lily Mine workers are upset about the government's failure to help retrieve the remains of their loved ones. Yvonne Mnisi, Pretty Nkambule and Solomon Nyirenda are still trapped underground from 6 years ago. Search rescue operations have been halted over safety concerns, however the families of the trapped miners believe that the government has the capacity to retrieve the bodies of their loved ones.
DEAD ALIVE: That's exactly what it means to be black in a capitalist society where institutionalised racism is alive and kicking.On 5 February 2016, 90 black workers were trapped underground at the Lily Mine in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Families of trapped Lily Mine workers mark 1,000 days camping outside the mine where Pretty Nkambule, Solomon Nyirenda and Yvonne Mnisi's bodies are yet to be retrieved. They have vowed to continue to search for answers with the help of ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba. The three long presumed to be dead have been trapped almost 70 metres underground in a container known as a camp room since February 2016 and are yet to be retrieved.
The story of the Lily mine workers has been one sad story that has shocked the nation, it was five years ago, on the 5th of February 2016 when the news were revealed to the nation that there has been an accident at the mine as the mine entrance collapsed