Preview: Miners’ loved ones clutch at dreams that they are alive

LOW’S CREEK – A deathly silence hangs over the terrain of the now closed Lily Mine. All that can be heard every now and then is the mooing of cows.

A year ago, on February 5, 90 mine workers were trapped underground when a shaft at the main entrance to the mine collapsed. Of them, 87 were rescued, but Yvonne Mnisi, Pretty Nkambule and Solomon Nyarende remain underground.

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