features 28.9.2016 11:33 am

The deadly reality of illegal mining

WARNING: HIGHLY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING PHOTOS. What’s going on in the country’s abandoned mines will blow your mind.

It’s a story of desperation, tragedy, and sadness – one that will make your skin crawl in parts, but also one that will leave you with incredible gratitude and admiration for the work being done by the teams from Mine Rescue Services (MRS).

The deadly reality of illegal mining
The deadly reality of illegal mining

The deadly reality of illegal mining

WARNING: HIGHLY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING PHOTOS. What’s going on in the country’s abandoned mines will blow your mind.

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