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Scenes of the collapsed mine showing the extent of the damage and the rescue operations at Lily mine in Barberton. Picture: Vantage Goldfields Mine
Scenes of the collapsed mine showing the extent of the damage and the rescue operations at Lily mine in Barberton. Picture: Vantage Goldfields Mine

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The CEO of Vantage Goldfields SA, Mike McChesney, has been paid a salary while more than 1 000 employees on his mine have been earning nothing, four years since operations stopped after a devastating collapse.

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