Follow up story.
In Mokopane today some of Environmental activists were interviewed by CER.CER is making a documentary as in September they will be celebrating their 10 years in their Environmental work that they do to help community members which are affected by mining in South Africa.
They met with other community members which are deeply hurt by Ivan Plats mine. During the discussions one tree members of the community ask them if they can go with them to the illegal grave yard where the head man Malose Kekana who forced them to bury their loved one’s on an unauthorised area.
The three community members explain that the matter is under investigation by the municipality and the police. They even explain that there is no land for burial. The LAND is sold to the mine by head man Malose and his brothers.