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Bucks Mine Accident: Police Identify Mineworkers Who Died In Gwanda

Bucks Mine Accident: Police Identify Mineworkers Who Died In Gwanda

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has identified the mineworkers who died after being trapped in a mine shaft on 14th May 2022 at Bucks Mine, Colleen Bawn, Gwanda. In a statement, seen by Pindula News, police national spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi urged mine owners to enhance safety measures. Reads the statement:

MINE INCIDENT AT BUCKS MINE, COLLEEN BAWN GWANDA

The Zimbabwe Republic Police announces the names of the victims who died after they were trapped in a mine shaft on 14th May 2022 at Bucks Mine, Colleen Bawn, Gwanda.

The names of the seven victims were positively identified by their next of kin as listed:-

• Ezweni Masuku, who was the mine manager,

▪ Chrispen Ndlovu, a male adult aged 32 years of Nekatambe Hwange,

• Wisdom Munsaka, a male adult aged 28 years of Sinamagonde, Binga, ‘A-

• Desire Ncube, a male adult aged 25 years of Hwange,

• Panganai Chimuka, a male adult aged 23 years,

• Mbangeni Chester, a male adult aged 59 years and

• Abie Mudimba (no further particulars known).

The Zimbabwe Republic Police urges mine owners to religiously follow safety, health and environmental regulations at mine sites to ensure the safety of workers.

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7 Comments

Kopo 1 month ago

Zvorwadza guys ,,rest in peace vakomana


Mwana waMambo 1 month ago

So sad. May your souls rest in peace. May the Lord God extend his hand to comfort the relatives of the deceased.


Atshuntu 1 month ago

sad


Chinese zodiac 1 month ago

Rest in peace vakomaa


Tintin 1 month ago

zororai murugare.


totito 1 month ago

who owns this mine. is it the chinese?


No1 1 month ago

No its actually a black ndebele man


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