SEE | Families of 3 killed by bomb fear more deaths could result from unfenced army base in Makhanda

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Widow Daphene Martin holds a picture of her late husband Justin Martin killed in mortar bomb blast.
Widow Daphene Martin holds a picture of her late husband Justin Martin killed in mortar bomb blast.
Malibongwe Dayimani

The families of three Makhanda residents, killed after a mortar bomb exploded in June 2005, say the area still poses a danger to locals who enter the training facility in search of scrap metals and livestock.

The bomb that exploded was picked up on the grounds of the unfenced, restricted army base.

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