Thursday, 8 March 2012

The Agony of Wankie - June 6, 1972

Earl Cameron Writes from Australia:-

At the tine of the Wankie colliery disaster in June 1972 when 427 miners lost their lives in a huge Methane gas explosion underground, I was a DSO stationed SB Wankie. On the actual day of the explosion I was on a few days leave in Bulawayo, staying at the Police Holiday cottage with some friends, Sven and Kerstin Liedberg. Sven was the Government Mining Engineer based in Wankie.

Sven was recalled from leave urgently. We had driven down in his car - a VW Variant - and raced back to Wankie, stopping briefly at Gwaai River hotel for a toilet break. On return to the car, the engine had seized. This is what happens to air cooled engines if you stop after a long hard drive – they just keep heating up and seize up. We soon discovered you are supposed to leave them running in such circumstances. We were eventually towed back to Wankie by a Police Land Rover, arriving late that same night.

The next morning, Sven went straight underground with the first PROTO rescue teams. I met him in Wankie town around midday. He had been underground all morning and as we stood talking I recall he was in tears and told me that no one would be getting out of the mine alive. The devastation he saw underground was so extensive that it had left him in no doubt as to the fate of the miners who had been underground at the time.

It took several days before hope was finally abandoned. During that time, the PM (Ian Douglas Smith) and the President (Clifford Du Pont) visited the mine site and met some of the families who had loved ones trapped underground. At that time I was assigned as close security officer to both dignitaries.

It was a dreadful time for Wankie, for the town and for everyone who lived and worked there for it was a close-knit community and we all knew each other which made it worse.

Earl has made available, to ORAFs, scanned pages that represented the magazine Illustrated Life Rhodesia dated 12 July 1972, containing an article on the disaster, which follows.

Cover

Wankie - The Long Wait

DEATH WATCH
from Reg Shay

At 10.29 a.m. green paw paws hung from the trees lining the pithead of Wankie's number two colliery. The sun was high on this balmy autumn day. An African policeman stood in his brick duty box a few feet from the entrance.

At 10.30 the paw paws were dead, charred to a cinder. The policeman was dead too. And so were hundreds of miners working three hundred feet below.

According to Fred Bezuidenhout, lamps superintendent, who was only thirty yards away, there were three explosions. "I was sitting in my office when I heard the faraway rumble of an explosion, then two quick ones which were very loud. They shook the building I was in and I went to look at the pit head. There was some smoke coming out. All of a sudden there was a roar and dust came rushing out at about 500 kilometres an hour.

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The agony of Wankie had begun. "I saw people in this dust. One African was trying to crawl out but he couldn't see where he was going because of the blood. It was all over him. I grabbed him and pulled him away. I pulled three of them away ..."

THE DATE of the mine disaster will be indelibly imprinted in the minds of the people of Wankie: Tuesday 6th June, 1972.

The policeman was blown fifty yards, his box nearly demolished. A heavy trolley used for carrying miners in and out of the shaft shot out like a missile and smashed into a wall lining the top.

Beneath the shaft the explosion had broken die seals of used-up workings and released deadly methane gas, while carbon monoxide flowed freely through to the surface. At the pithead it was registering at point two. Point three—and it was greater than that down below—is instant death.

Giant ventilator fans, that could have given life saving air, were hit the whole length of the mine.

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Four Africans near the top of the shaft were killed and eight injured, one of whom Fred Bezuidenhout pulled away. The injured man died later.

TWO HOURS after the explosion the pithead was crowded with wives, black and white, who stared hopelessly at the tunnel. Some offered a silent prayer, hoping that from the depths below would come life. The European women stood silently; the Africans began to wail in their traditional manner. "I wish 'to hell they would shut up" said one of the rescuers.

The first of the rescuers went down that afternoon and what they saw was summed up by Methodist Minister William Blakeway when he spoke of com-fort for the Africans: "The African is used to death but death on this sale is beyond his comprehension. They are in a state of near bewilderment. They just cannot imagine the size of this tragedy. It is so depressing that you can't give them hope. all I can give them is whatever comfort I can".

The rescuers, even then, had decided there was no hope for anyone surviving the holocaust of Wankie. The dynamite which blasted fifty yards down from the pithead brought in the walls of coal, making it difficult to pass. Further along, fires blazed, causing new hazard. By 1.15 am, as wives still waited, ft was decided to call off the search until morning.

When I asked one of the rescuers whether there was any chance of survival he replied: "I think there is a chance. There has got to be." But the carbon monoxide pouring from the mine belied his word's.

The miracle of Wankie was not to come.

ON WEDNESDAY, teams wearing Proto breathing apparatus were down again.

At 8 am a school bus drove up to the mine with a handful of European children. "Why on earth did they bring that here?" snapped one of the weary wives. A little boy waved to his mother who was sitting on a bench. She smiled slightly and waved back, knowing what the little boy did not know: that he would never see his father again.

Later in the day the Anglo American officials — owners of the mine — had to make a decision more agonising than that of the mother who would talk to her son. They had to decide whether to allow the deadly carbon monoxide to flow out and prevent further rescue operations or blow it back.

Their decision to try the latter meant that the chances of anyone surviving in a pocket of air would be blown away when four huge ventilator fans, imported from South Africa, drove the gasses back dislodging any spare pockets.

Tension mounted in the early hours of Thursday morning after the Proto teams made their way 3 000 feet along the tunnel. They found four bodies, including a European. None of them had stood a chance. It was only a question of time before the general manager of the mine, Mr. Gordon Livingstone-Blevins, would announce that there was no hope.

Sixteen rescue teams went in relays down the shaft. They even carried two canaries with them in an age old, simple, but effective, gas test. If they lived, the area was clear: if they died, it was not.

THE BELL RANG seven times. It was the bell of death similar to that of 1665, in London during the Plague, which was then accompanied by the cry: "Bring out your dead".

At the Wankie shaft, seven bells meant the dead were being brought out. Slowly the trolley rose from the depths with two bodies upon it, wrapped in red and black blankets.

Black screens had been placed around the shaft for fear that the African women would become violent in their grief when they witnessed the scene. Similar plastic screens were put up to make a temporary mortuary where identification could take place.

The women moved to the mortuary area and tension rose. Police stood guard in a long line. "This could be nasty," said one Anglo American Official. A policeman moved across to him. "Don't tell the press anything about this" he said.

An African priest stood up, talked to the women, and slowly they moved away; flash-point had passed.

Inside the mortuary several African men, face masks covering them looked at mutilated remains. None could be identified. Seven bells rang out again; this time the body took up most of the trolley. Gas had bloated it beyond recognition. Subsequently the rescuers could not tell whether the man was black or white.

At the first funeral about 5 000 people turned up at the little colliery cemetery. Hundreds of graves had been dug by convicts in anticipation that they would be filled. But it was not to be. The tragedy of the funerals was that the wife of a man being buried could be pushed to the back of the crowd. The husband of the woman weeping at the front could be lying dead in the shaft. Only fingerprint tests taken on the dead men might some day bring about their identification.

THE DECISION to close the mine was taken by Mr. Livingstone-Blevins on Friday night.

On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock a service was held a little distance from the shaft and the miners of Number Two shaft were officially buried as their giant tomb was closed.

One European widow screamed: "You must try again," for no wife will believe that her husband is dead until she sees his body.

On Sunday Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith arrived to inspect the shaft and attend the memorial service at the nearby sports field. Mr. Harry Oppenheimer also attended the service. A few days earlier the President, Clifford Dupont, had visited the scene.

The whole of Wankie attended the service. Blackened trees, baobab trees, msasa, kaffir boom, and flamboyant stood sentinels out, only slightly lower than the figure for a normal working Monday. Wankie had started to come alive again.

NOW, WEEKS LATER, production is at the highest peak possible. A commission of inquiry, set up by the Ministry of Mines, is probing the cause of the explosions that tore through No. 2 Colliery, leaving the underground workings in a state of utter devastation. And questions of insurance and compensation have been discussed between mine management and workmen's compensation experts.

Many of the relatives of the 390 dead African mineworkers have returned to their homes in the tribal trust lands—and foreign countries.

The Zambians and the Tanzanians showed great reluctance to leave Rhodesia. They were suspicious that they wouldn't be paid their compensation money once they got back to their native lands. There were no such fears among the nationals of Mozambique, Angola and South Africa.

No one knows, yet, the total of the insurance and compensation that will be paid out. For the Anglo American no official amount has been specified. But depending upon the circumstances, how many children have been left fatherless, for instance, sums in the region of $30 000 have been quoted.

Then there is the matter of the President's Disaster Fund. So much money has been collected, both in Rhodesia and overseas, that no one has had the time to sit down and consider how it is going to be distributed.

But all the money in the world will never replace the brave men who died—either in the eyes of their families or in the eyes of the Wankie Colliery Co.

For Wankie has lost some good men. Men like Basil Papenfus, the No. 2 manager. He lived for mining and had risen to his position of authority in ten short years. He was tipped to become the next general manager. Now they will have to find someone else. And that will be a difficult task. "You don't come across men like those who died every day," said one mine official.

There are months of hard work ahead. But as the Prime Minister, Mr. Ian Smith, forecast when he visited the scene of tragedy — Wankie is taking the disaster in its stride.

It is fighting back.

Photo 1
One of the 16 rescue teams—they risked their lives for the chance-in-a-
million of finding survivors.


Photo 3 A
Bringing up the dead.

Photo 4 A
Testing for gas.

Photo 3
Waiting for the worst. Said a priest: "The African is used to death,
but death on this scale is beyond his comprehension.


Photo 4
The President visited Wankie; he is pictured talking
to newsmen.

(Pictures by Ministry of Information and John Evans.)


THE COST
from Gordon Ross

ON JUNE 12, less than a week after Wankie became associated with the world's worst mining disasters, the Colliery Company's general manager, Gordon Livingstone- Blevins, was awake and dressed long before dawn.

No. 3 Colliery, which had been idle for several days because the miners had been granted permission to mourn the dead, was due to go back to work. And the general manager wanted to be below ground to talk to his men.

Gordon Livingstone - Blevins trudged miles that morning, down long corridors of coal—his foot- steps breaking the eerie silence. He went to the work faces 290 feet below ground, where blasting was again in progress. He watched the tons of coal that help to keep Rhodesian industry alive start rolling again—back to the surface.

Three hours later, overcome by exhaustion brought on by nights without sleep, he made his way back to the shaft collar. "I am proud of my chaps," he said. "They have done exactly as I expected."

Seven hundred and thirty three miners had clocked in. And at the surface, 146 workers had reported. It was an 85 per cent turn out, only slightly lower than the figure for a normal working Monday.

Wankie had started to come alive again.

NOW, WEEKS LATER, production is at the highest peak possible. A commission of inquiry, set up by the Ministry of Mines, is probing the cause of the explosions that tore through No. 2 Colliery, leaving the underground workings in a chaos.

Wankie Colliery, and the Workmen's Compensation Board have agreed to honour the African custom of polygamy. And that means there are hundreds of families scattered throughout Southern and Central Africa still unaccounted for—but entitled to money.

THERE ARE no such problems among the relatives of the 36 Europeans who died. There is no question, even, of asking them to move from their houses. No question of asking them to make a snap decision—stay in Wankie or leave.

Some of the widows—all but two of the Europeans were married—have Indicated that they want to leave the closely-knit mining community. They find the memories too much to bear.

To help them in their moment of grief, a major airline company has offered $10 000 to help pay their fares back to Europe—and South Africa.

But there are others who have accepted that Wankie is home. They are women like Glenys Quirke, whose husband Eddie lived for Wankie. At first she wanted to leave ... go to Salisbury, or back to South Wales. Then she thought about it and decided to stay.

"Eddie loved this place, and didn't want to live anywhere else," she said. "When I thought about it I could see little point in moving. I have my memories of a happy marriage and they are what matter more than anything."

There are differing reports of how much the European bereaved will receive in the way of compensation. As with the Africans, no official amount has been specified. But depending upon the circumstances, how many children have been left fatherless, for instance, sums in the region of $30 000 have been quoted.

Then there is the matter of the President's Disaster Fund. So much money has been collected, both in Rhodesia and overseas, that no one has had the time to sit down and consider how it is going to be distributed.

End

European Members Killed In The Disaster.

Count Surname Christian Name Age Nationality Occupation
] Agathangelou Costas 26 Greek Diesel Mechanic
2 Albrccht Matheus Johannes 42 South African Beltsman
3 Barclay Graham 19 British Apprentice Electrician
4 Barnard Gert Johannes 33 South African Fitter
5 Brazer Victor Carlyle 39 Rhodesian Plant Maintenance -
6 Crystal Ronald Ashley 33 Rhodesian Miner
7 Darbaz Ismet 33 British Miner
8 de Klerk Jacobus Frederick 29 Rhodesian U/G Foreman Fitter
9 Estment Ernest William 44 Rhodesian Electrician
10 Feccos Thoecharis 35 Greek Electrician
11 Ferreira Joao Peixoto 44 Portuguese Plater/Welder
12 Gibbinson Ralph 37 British Electrician
13 Goby Thomas Richard 29 South African Miner
14 Hoile David Wharton 44 British Miner
15 Parkin Brian 30 British Fitter
16 McCarthy Michael John 33 British Rigger
17 McGarry Robert Davidson 31 British General Foreman
18 Minnie Willem Barend Izak 27 Rhodesian Chargehand Electrician
19 Moldenhauer Alan Douglas 27 South African Electrician
20 Noppe Karel Joseph 33 South African U/G Fitter
21 Papenfus Frederick Basil 39 South African Colliery Manager
22 Pieterse Thomas Frederick Hermanus 54 South African Fitter
23 Prinsloo Alexander Bertin 47 South African Shiftboss
24 Quirke Edward Michael 54 British Mine Captain
25 Ramalho Antonio Pereira 45 Portuguese Miner
26 Robinson Derek Fulton 44 South African Fitter
27 Ross-Smith Peter John 34 Rhodesian Beltsman
28 Schoonraad Jacobus Frederick Michael 47 South African U/G Manager
29 Tarpaz Steven Hussein 41 British Handyman/Miner
30 Thomas Arthur Percival 58 South African U/G Foreman Electrician
31 Trotter Thomas Albert 26 British Diesel Mechanic
32 Van Heerden Ernest Edwin Alexander 50 British Miner
33 Wallacc William 26 British Fitter
34 Wilcockson William Edwin 37 South African Electrician
35 Wright Peter Richard Winston 25 Rhodesian Fitter
36 Young Stewart Duncan 24 Rhodesian Miner

African Members Killed In The Disaster

COUNT MINE NO. NAMK. AGE R.C. & DIST. NATIONALITY OCCUPATION
1 6357 Nditsheni 30 9123 - Mtetengwe Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
2 6359 Nuka 46 NR. 2700 - Wankie Zambian Prod. Sect. G/L
3 6360 Mateu 35 F001645/60 - Chipinga P.E.A. Shiftboss/Mess
4 6361 Yotani 36 FNR. 58 - Wankie Zambian Jnr. Elect. Asst.
5 6364 Bobo 30 6528 - Binga Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
6 6370 Davison 24 X 12185 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
7 6371 Lungano 31 9245 - Mtetengwe Rhodesian Charging
8 6373 Driver 42 X 7835 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
9 6374 David 39 X 8686 - Lupani Rhodesian Driller
10 6381 Solomon 48 NR. 555 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
11 6397 Tave 42 NR. 355 - Wankie Zambian Operative Elect.
12 6399 Namasiku 33 NR. 1429 - Wankie Zambian Jnr. B/Layers Asst.
13 6401 Silingva 41 MW. 7693/55 - V. Falls Zambian Ferret Car Driver
14 6411 Kafeasi 32 14027 - Nyanvu Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
15 6413 Saikam-baLa 46 3470 - Binga Rhodesian Bit Sharpener
16 3415 Blackson 37 Hw 281/56 - V. Falls Zambian Art. U/S Helper
17 6418 Kanyangu 37 4338 - Binga Rhodesian Charging
18 6422 George 37 X 8948 - Wankie Rhodesian Clerk
19 6430 Dickson 36 NR. 1647 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
20 6434 Mavikcn 30 X 9778 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
21 6436 Futo 52 NR. 727 - Wankie Zambian B/Laycrs Ass.
22 6445 Mbuso 22 X 12065 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
23 6451 Manson 33 FNY 62 - Wankie Malauian C. Prep. G/Leader
24 6453 Bales 38 Xv 1982/58 - Sby Malawian Tractor Driver
25 6458 Ackson 32 NR. 1331-62 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
26 6460 Chviriri 27 X 10414 - Wankie Rhodesian Charging
27 6464 Petros 28 X 11080 - Wankie Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
28 6468 Tenson 41 NR. 1518-62 - Wankie Zambian Charging
29 6472 Juawo 35 00421 - Salisbury P.E.A. Belt Maint.
30 6476 Jokoniya 41 NR. 2143 - Wankie Zambian Belt Maint.
31 6480 Chinyama 37 NR. 1926 - Wankie Zambian Charging
32 6485 Sudu 30 X 9878 - Nkai Rhodesian 2nd Loader Driver
33 6486 Mafambise 37 F 01-64 - V. Falls P.E.A. Driller
34 6490 Anubi 62 NY. 242 - Wankie Malawian Belt Switches
35 6495 Matshina 41 X 15366 - Gwaai Rhodesian Driller
36 6496 Antonio 43 415-54 - V. Falls S.W.A. Belt Switches
37 6497 Machim-birise 33 X 22494 - Belingwe Rhodesian Belt Switches
38 6499 Matshange 43 X 5753 - Nkai Rhodesian Belt Switches
39 6504 Nju 32 X 5134 - Nkai Rhodesian Belt Switches
40 6506 Sefo 45 35717 - Chipinga Rhodesian Belt Switches
41 6508 Boloko 36 F 297-64 - Wankie Tanzanian Belt Switches
42 6536 Kaisalc 51 Mw 38590 - V. Falls Zambian F/Fitter G/Leader
43 6539 Nova 40 Mw 4061-58 - V. Falls Zambian Prod. Section/ G/Leader
44 6540 Zakou 45 138766 - V. Falls Zambian Survey
45 6550 White 49 Mw 18090 - V. Falls Zambian Trans. G/Leader
46 6554 July 42 3602 - Binga Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
47 6557 Pusia 37 X 9507 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
48 6562 Yelesani 39 001019 - V. Falls P.E.A. Prod. Section C/Leader
49 6567 Abiyudi 47 NR. 1340 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
50 6570 Tenson 37 NR. 1956 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
51 6586 Amulike 38 NY. 409/61 - V. Falls Malawian Shuttle Driver
52 6590 Siramyoo 55 NR. 575 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
53 6592 Mwasum-bula 47 115503 - V. Falls Tanzanian Belt Switches
54 6596 Machinga 33 NR 142-62 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
55 6633 Israel 44 NR. 530 - Wankie Zambian Prod. Section G/Leader
56 6649 Dickson 46 NR. 277 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
57 6654 Siaon 41 F 7-63 - Bulowayo P.E.A. Driller
58 6656 Jerazvo 37 F 00966=59 - Chipinga P.E.A. Charging
59 6658 Benjamin 32 FNY 5 - Inyati Malawian Shuttle Driver
60 6665 Raphael 48 NR. 262 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
61 6672 Jailos 25 FNY. 27=65 - Wankie Malawian Art. U/S Helper
62 6688 Austin NY 424 - Wankie Malawian Grizzley
63 6690 Muhau 36 NR. 1109=63 - Wankie Zambian Shuttle Driver
64 6698 Ngandu 26 F. 460-64 - V. Falls S.W.A. Jnr. Rigger Ass.
65 6700 Masauso 42 38369 - Wankie Zambian B/Layers Ass.
66 6707 Fidala 38 X 7443 - Wankie Rhodesian Pipes & Pumps
67 6710 Jongo 33 X 9488 - Wankie Rhodesian Pipes & Pumps
68 6714 Nduluuwa 43 27133 - Bikita Rhodesian Rigger Ass.
69 6715 Lemekani 42 NR. 2980 - Wankie Zambian Jnr. Fitter Ass.
70 6719 Samende 45 2525/57 - V. Falls P.W.A. Bar
71 6723 Lingport 30 MR 2101 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
72 6724 Labson 38 NR 2908 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
73 6727 Tesawo 51 NR. 57 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
74 6728 Kasoka 38 NR 1906 - Wankie Zambian Charging
75 6729 Ma fa 38 X 7043 - Wankie Rhodesian Pipes 4 Pumps
76 6732 Siaidiza 51 X 5064 - Wankie Rhodesian Belt Svitches
77 6734 Miti 27 C 10991 - Wankie Rhodesian Pipes & Pumps
78 6735 Hambayi 44 Mv 35180 - V. Palls Zambian F. G/Leader
79 6740 Keneti 37 X 12841 - Wankie Rhodesian Tractor Driver
80 6748 Kalipe 53 38433 - Wankie S.W.A. Belt Switches
81 6749 Longford 42 03/66 - Wankie P.E.A. Driller
82 6758 Danguri 28 X 27776 - Belingve Rhodesian Grizzley
83 6765 Manyerako 41 123542 - Umtali Tanzanian Belt Switches
84 6768 Takarin-dwa 52 F 032=63 - Melsetter P.E.A. Belt Maint.
85 6771 Siamuloba 40 X 7549 - Wankie Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
86 6773 Amini FNY 196 - Gatooma Malavian Belt Switches
87 6776 Sinoloka 40 5199 - Binga Rhodesian Grizzley
88 6786 Afese 44 NR 1198 - Wankie P.W.A. Charging
89 6795 Makani 38 F 0019-60 - Wankie P.E.A. Driller
90 6814 Hlangan-iso 40 X 14894 - Belingwe Rhodesian Pro. Section C/Leader
91 6821 Samuel 39 NY 719 - Mazoe Malawian Jnr. B/Layers Ass.
92 6825 Hangeni 38 X 15009 - Gokve Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
93 6829 Saidi 34 F 01018-63 - Mtoko P.E.A. Driller
94 6830 Walusiku 46 Mv 24145 - V. Falls Zambian Transport G/Leader
95 6833 Cheni 41 FNY 14 - Wankie Malawian Charging
96 6834 Fisani 29 X 10857 - Wankie Rhodesian Charging
97 6835 Jasten 39 NY 548 - Wankie Malawian Shuttle Car Driver
98 6836 Isaac 61 7076 - Sipolilo Malawian Operative Elect.
99 6851 Nesiwing 50 NY 40397 - Umtali Malawian Jnr. B/Layers Ass.
100 6853 Killion 40 Mv 4731-58 - V. Falls Zambian Shiftboss Mess.
101 6855 Jose 47 F 083=65 - Chiredzi P.E.A. Art. U/S Helper
102 5856 Tumupoke 33 F 165=59 - Wankie Tanzanian Art. U/S Helper
103 6860 John 35 2148=57 - V.Falls Tanzanian Belt Svitches
104 6862 Swece 27 X 11757 - Wankie Rhodesian 2nd Cutter Driver
105 6867 Kalenga 42 Mv 873-59 - V. Falls Zambian Belts Haint.
106 6871 Akufuna 34 NR. 1437 - Wankit Zambian Charging
107 6879 Chemvura 33 X 12785 - Urungwe Rhodesian Driller
108 6881 Anyimike 45 482=55 - V. Falls Tanzanian Pipes & Pumps
109 6883 Binadi 41 NR 1862 - Wankie Zambian Duff Lasher
110 6886 Benedict© 60 786=57 - V. Falls Zambian Belt Switches
111 6893 Morris 25 30992 - Buhera Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
112 6896 Amos 30 7710 - Binga Rhodesian Ferret Car Driver
113 6898 Manyando 42 6192 - Wankie Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper.
114 6901 Michael 31 F 150-63 - Wankie Tanzanian Driller
115 6909 Vutane 32 F 0288=64 - Mt. Darwin P.E.A. Art. U/S Helper
116 6911 Aliya 44 0067=57 - V. Falls P.E.A. Tractor Driver
117 6918 Lupupa 41 MR 2331 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
118 6922 David 46 Mw 44434 - V. Falls Zambian Art. U/S Helper
119 6925 Jabes 42 Mw 27548 - V. Falls Zambian Belt Switches
120 6928 Mateyo 23 X 11704 - Wankie Rhodesian Belt Switches
121 6934 Chika 32 F 416=63 - V. Falls S.W.A. Ferret Car Driver
122 6936 Kanyamata 37 NY 628 - Wankie Maiawian Tractor Driver
123 6940 Malatao 39 NR 541 - Wankie Zambian Shuttle Car Driver
124 6946 Garayi 27 F 036=68 - Bulawayo P.E.A. 2nd Loader Driver
125 6949 Nasimon 47 10410-59 - V. Falls Botswana 2nd C. Cutter
126 6958 Saimon 58 137188 - V. Falls Tanzanian Belt Switches
127 6969 January 42 NR. 2527 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
128 6970 Asumwile 36 1233=56 - V. Falls Tanzanian Charging
129 6973 Nyambil-ile 44 23-59 - Wankie Tanzanian Duff Lasher
130 6986 Kufandada 27 X 24129 - Belingve Rhodesian Driller
131 6999 Sondasi 26 X 10755 - Wankie Rhodesian Belt Maintenance
132 7000 Fulaye 40 NY 1104 - Mtoko Malawian Shuttle Car Driver
133 7007 Siabas-imba 32 X 9027 - Lupane Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
134 7008 Magwegve 36 X 7786 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
135 7010 Cannan 60 X 11377 - Wankie Rhodesian F. Car Driver
136 7018 Siandal-anga 60 X 12844 - Wankie Rhodesian Belts Maintenance
137 7020 Noah 60 X 11344 - Wankie Rhodesian Tractor Driver
138 7027 Kabayo 47 NR. 573 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
139 7034 Musugur-ana 32 00606=57 - Melsettar P.E.A. Belt Maintenance
140 7038 Makosi 51 F 184-60 - V. Falls Caprivi  Strip Prod. Section G/Leader
141 7049 Muj oko 31 X 26609 - Selukve Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
142 7054 Sitali 42 NR. 2344 - Wankie Zambian Jnr B/Layers Asst.
143 7055 Peter 28 X 26977 - Belingwe Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
144 7078 Ananiya 47 Mw 23408 - V. Falls Zambian Senior Supervisor
145 7082 Luka 45 1138-58 - V. Falls Tanzanian Belt Maintenance
146 7087 Chitekula 50 2542=56 - V. Falls S.W.A. Art. U/S Helper
147 7090 Fabiano 42 F 0020=60 - Mashaba P.E.A. Art. U/S Helper
148 7099 Kenya 25 X 11552 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
149 8104 Telisa 23 X 12250 -- Wankie Rhodesian 1st C. Cutter Drive:
150 7111 Jeremiah 29 X 10129 - Wankie Rhodesian 2nd Loader Driver
151 7113 Goliati 48 NY 448 - Wankie Malawian Art. U/S Helper
152 7114 Chelele 32 X 10564 - Wankie Rhodesian 1st C. Cutter Drivei
153 7124 Ratshiya 25 X 17420 - Nyama Rhodesian 1st C. Cutter Drivei
154 7131 Gimbini 31 X 9187 Wankie Rhodesian Belt Switches
155 7161 Sikotshi 33 X 9377 Lupane Rhodesian Driller
156 7167 Siatimba 39 X 8091 Wankie Rhodesian Jnr. Rigger Asst.
157 7174 Mudobi 35 X 0234 Wankie Rhodesian Grizzley
158 7176 Kasirayi 27 24556 Gutu Rhodesian Duff Lasher
159 7180 Kayolangi 50 NR. 208 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
160 7187 Ganye 24 X 11170 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Car Driver
161 7196 Senuka 30 X 10481 - Wankie Rhodesian Charging
162 7197 Aggripah 27 X 27438 - Belingwe Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
163 7199 Siankwi-liba 30 7048 - Binga Rhodesian Shuttle Car Driver
164 7205 Shasha 29 X 23869 - Belingwe Rhodesian Riggers Asst.
165 7214 Isaki 30 X 10059 - Wankie Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
166 7216 Brown 43 F 73=61 - Wankie Tanzanian L/Rover Driver
167 7219 Lufu 50 Mw 20427 - V. Falls Zambian B/Layers Asst.
168 7221 Ndive 30 P 26387 - B/Mangwe Rhodesian C. Prep. G/Leader
169 7228 Timoth 39 F 1-62 Inyati Tanzanian Bar Boy
170 7238 Ngambo 38 1698=55 - V. Falls S.W.A. Jnr. Elect. Asst.
171 7240 Muchaneya 26 F 01=67 - - Marandellas P.E.A. Driller
172 7241 Greatson 35 F 146=64 - Wankie Tanzanian Driller
173 7245 Geza 30 X 9065 0 Wankie Rhodesian Bar Boy
174 7246 Jangiya 39 NR. 4 - Wankie Malawian Prod. Sect. G/Leadei
175 7253 Munyama 30 X 9874 - Wankie Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
176 7255 Chisenga 42 0336/56 - Sipolilo P.E.A. Charging
177 7258 Kachana 54 NR. 219 - Wankie Zambian Prod. Sect. G/Leadei
178 7269 Paken 41 NR. 3007 - Wankie Zambian Snr. Elect. Asst.
179 7274 Kavimas-enga 52 F 01862 59 - Mtoke P.E.A. Bar Boy
180 7279 Namangolwa 30 NR. 271 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/ Helper
181 7283 Kunyon-yomaso 41 F 220 3/863 - Wankie Tanzanian Charging
182 7285 Makunere 44 0057-58 - Chipinga P.E.A. Prod. Sect. G/Leader
183 7289 Tenias 29041 - Buhera Rhodesian Charging
184 7293 Chifita 27 X 10785 - Wankie Rhodesian Shiftboss Messenger
185 7300 Raphael 43 NY 15508 - Salisbury Malawian Driller
186 7307 Chisego 42 F 271=60 - Wankie Tanzanian Bar Boy
187 7312 Mwila 44 F 479-64 - Wankie Tanzinian Driller
188 7313 Siakagole 35 5368 - Binga Rhodesian Driller
189 7323 Mashango 40 X 6667 - Wankie Rhodesian F. Fitter C/Leader
190 7325 Kafuna 34 1638-57 - V. Falls S.W.A. 1st C. Cutter Driver
191 7332 Isaki 22 X 31738 - Belingwe Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
192 7338 Enock 33 X - 349 - Selukwe Rhodesian Driller
193 7348 Moses 34 FNY 181 - Buiawayo Malawian Driller
194 7358 Loman 44 F 97-63 - Wankie Tanzanian Bar Boy
195 7360 Mumpinga 31 FNY 9126 - Mtoko Malawian Roof Bolting
196 7370 Muzondo 51 X 14535 - Wankie Rhodesian Belt Switches
197 7372 Julius 26 X 11336 - Nuanetsi Rhodesian Riggers Asst.
198 7380 Adini 47 NY 11439 - Umtali Malawian Art. U/S Helper
199 7390 Friday 40 NY 41067 - Umtali Malawian Art. U/S Helper
200 7394 Darlington 29 NY 39003 - Umtali Malawian Art. U/S Helper
201 7395 Geleza 30 X 8167 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
202 7398 Posani 37 X 6924 - Wankie Rhodesian Bricklayers Asst.
203 7419 Mwangala 48 1748=58 - V. Falls S.W.A. Art. U/S Helper
204 7421 Vimani 32 X 10107 - Wankie Rhodesian Shiftboss Messenger
205 7450 Risayi 36 X 25406 - Fort. Vic. Rhodesian Driller
206 7459 Kofi 34 X 17106 - - Gokwe Rhodesian Bar Boy
207 7464 Antonio 26 F444=64-  S.W.A S.W.A. Ferret Car Driver
208 7466 Likonde 37 2756-56 - V. Falls Caprivi Strip Jnr. B/Layers Asst.
209 7470 Sole 27 X 9663 - Wankie  Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
210 7477 Manjengwa 26 F 043-65 - Shabani P.E.A. Driller
211 7480 Kumela 42 F 179=62 - Wankie Tanzanian Duff Lasher
212 7492 Matala 50 X 6370 -Wankie Rhodesian Jnr. Elect. Asst.
213 7509 Mulope 36 795=57  - V. Falls Caprivi Strip Driller
214 7514 Million 30 X 15125 - - Gwaai Rhodesian Charging
215 7518 Fulukando 40 00112=59 - Umtali P.E.A. Shiftboss Messenger
216 7528 Betani 32 X 9768 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Car Driver
217 7531 Payailani 48 X 6163 - Wankie Rhodesian Prod. Sec. G/Leader
218 7540 Mgore 31 X 8034 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
219 7546 Lathani 31 X 13534 - Gwanda Rhodesian Driller
220 7549 Mpongo 34 X 9013 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
221 7550 Mulaba 29 X 9965 - Wankie Rhodesian Charging
222 7551 Sauti 45 Nr. 264 - Wankie Zambian Operative B/Layer
223 7556 Alone 33 Nr. 1821=63 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
224 7561 Mascngani 31 F 0108=65 - Inyanga P.E.A. Art. U/S Helper
225 7574 Siajan-ango 30 7314 - Binga Rhodesian Duff Lasher
226 7595 Tumani 33 X 9402 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Car Driver
227 7604 Jonifara 39 0763=57 - Salisbury P.E.A. Ferret Car Driver
228 7621 Namukolo 36 Nr. 2276 - V. Falls Zambian Roof Bolting
229 7624 Musa 53 12161 - V. Falls Zambian Prod. Sect. G/Leader
230 7631 Munyonje 33 X 9930 - Wankie Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
231 7637 Mwandanga  45 Mw 34134 - V. Falls Malawian Bar Boy
232 7639 Simvula 48 3026-55 - V. Falls Caprivi Strip Belt Maintenance
233 7641 Edward 25 X 11682 - Wankie Rhodesian Belt Switches
234 7642 Edwen 32 X 21443 - Belingwe Rhodesian Belt Switches
235 7643 Dagwara 36 X 18534 - Gokwe Rhodesian Belt Switches
236 7644 Simapepe 28 7602 - Binga Rhodesian Shiftboss Messenger
237 7647 Anglo-wisye 34 F 464-64 - Wankie Tanzanian Ferret Driver
238 7657 Alfred 45 Nr. 1805 - Urungwe Zambian Ferret Driver
239 7664 Jwawu 51 F 3=67 - Wankie S.W.A. Belt Maintenance
240 7668 Givine 30 X 25919 - Belingwe Rhodesian Ferret Driver
241 7677 Siavor-ondo 32 X 10639 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Car Driver
242 7679 Chata 38 Nr. 1077 - Wankie Zambian Shuttle Car Driver
243 7684 Ackem 28 X 29009 - Belingwe Rhodesian Driller
244 7685 Kalezo 40 1172-58 - V. Falls Caprivi Strip Jnr. Elec. Asst.
245 7686 Siamug-wola 30 7029 - Binga Rhodesian Ferret Car Driver
246 7689 Jackson 30 Nr. 2118 - Wankie Zambian Ferret Car Driver
247 7703 Nyunya 32 X 9992 - Wankie Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
248 7707 Joseph 50 51=58 - V. Falls Tanzanian Pipes & Pumps
249 7711 Eliejah 34 X 8531 - Lupane Rhodesian Bit Sharpener
250 7713 Ngandu 33 X 9511 - Wankie Rhodesian Pipes & Pumps
251 7715 Siachuma 41 X 5772 - Wankie Rhodesian Ferret Driver
252 7728 Jokoniya 33 X 9239 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
253 7732 Mizi 38 FNY 16 - Buiawayo Malawian Driller
254 7758 Sitokosi 30 X 10883 - Lupane Rhodesian Belt Switches
255 7765 Mhlupcki 27 X 10655 - Nkai Rhodesian Duff Lasher
256 7770 Workson 51 Nr. 2963 - Wankie Zambian Belts Switches
257 7778 Manyaro 19 X 12318 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
258 7779 Machwang 41 Nr. 2892 - Wankie Zambian Driller
259 7784 Panganani 58 1222592 - V. Falls Zambian Art. U/S Helper
260 7785 Masiku 40 Nr. 384 - Wankie Zambian Belts G/Leader
261 7786 Good-fellow 33 Nr. 2034 - Wankie Zambian Land Rover Driver
262 7788 Masinan-ganyi 37 F 037=65 - Wankie P.E.A. C. Prop. G/Leader
263 7792 Mbiliya-zombe 63 Hw 18236 - V. Falls Zambian Belts G/Leadcr
264 7796 Mazulu 26 X 11906 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
265 7800 Kantolo 47 3576 - Binga Rhodesian Duff Lasher
266 7801 Phillip 30 X 11324 - Wankie Rhodesian Ferret Car Driver
267 7804 Mtshuwede 26 X 8774 - Inyati Rhodesian Driller
268 7806 Mutakati 26 28765 - Chipings Rhodesian Duff Lasher
269 7813 Gaya 61 20296 - V. Falls Zambian Art. U/S Helper
270 7817 Tesa 71 Nr. 889 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
271 7823 Boli 30 FNY 10880 - Wankie Malawian Duff Lasher
272 7824 Bunganai 37 X 18412 - Belingwe Rhodesian Grizzley
273 7832 Siraambire 30 6735 - Binga Rhodesian 2nd Loader Driver
274 7833 Mavumba 27 X 10376 - Wankie Rhodesian Grizzley
275 7834 Mwoyoku-wira 26 F 0229=64 - Melsetter P.E.A. 2nd Loader Driver
276 7835 Nelson 42 191=58 - Wankie Tanzanian Prod. Sect. G/Leader
277 7840 Raibu 61 59652 - Mtoko Malawian Transport Gang Leader
278 7841 Mosi 25 X 12671 - Nkai Rhodesian Art. U/S Helper
279 7842 Ntoke 30 X 10118 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
280 7847 Rueben 47 Mw 1899=60 - V. Falls Zambian Art. U/S Helper
281 7848 Mwape 68 Nr. 1357 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
282 7849 Anos 36 B 16712 - Chibi Rhodesian Driller
283 7850 Linge 25 X 17491 - Tjolotjo Rhodesian 2nd Loader Driver
284 7852 Malahleka 30 X 10380 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
285 7853 Siarauf-waba 27 8623 - Binga Rhodesian Belts Maintenance
286 7861 Beateon 36 X 9173 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
287 7862 Sayimon 25 X 15379 - Nkai Rhodesian Bar Boy
288 7872 Mangunyu 42 X 7289 - Wankie Rhodesian Daga Boy
289 7881 Lima 25 F 026=72 - Wankie P.E.A. Driller
290 7886 Lameki 52 NY 254 - Catooma Maiavian Ferret Car Driver
291 7891 Kkausu 52 NR 2247 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
292 7896 Nkatazo 33 X 9733 - Wankie Rhodesian Coal Prod. G/Leader
293 7897 Mabalani 46 37889 - Wankie Zambian 2nd Coal Cutter Driver
294 7901 Chiwa 38 X 8867 - Wankie Rhodesian Charging
295 7909 Oweni 24 X 15205 - Nkai Rhodesian Duff Lasher
296 7911 Siago-shera 29 6345 - Binga Rhodesian Driller
297 7923 Saziba 42 X 4275 - Wankie Rhodesian Pipes & Pumps
298 7924 Peter 44 F 292=64 - Wankie P.W.A. Shaft Belts
299 7928 Shilyesto 36 Mw 2949-58 - V. Falls Zambian Art. U/S Helper
300 7933 Wezulu 44 F 033=61 - Sipolilo P.E.A. Charging
301 7939 Nrshware-lang 59 P. 14611 - B/Mangwe Rhodesian Duff Lasher
302 7941 Sanane 35 F 4=65 - Bulawayo Tanzanian Driller
303 7948 Ma sauso 56 Mw 22814 - V. Falls Zambian Belt Switches
304 7964 Kakwali 37 X 5634 - Wankie Rhodesian Bricklayer
305 7965 Muchaz-oondida 40 X 29681 - Makoni Rhodesian Tractor Driver
306 7967 Gideon 54 115655 - V. Falls Zambian Belt Switches
307 7975 Jimiti-yasi 32 X 7513 - Shabani Rhodesian Driller
308 7987 Siakede 28 7591 - Binga Rhodesian Driller
309 7995 Chikumba 36 5702 - Binga Rhodesian Driller
310 7997 Siamus-urise 34 X 10566 - Wankie Rhodesian Driller
311 8005 Nkosana 31 X 29122 - Belingve Rhodesian Driller
312 8006 Shalni 34 X 6359 - Wankie Rhodesian Belt Switches
313 8008 Jibani 23 X 12129 - Wankie Rhodesian 1st Coal Cutter Driver
314 8009 Zakaria 57 X 125332 - V. Falls Zambian Fitter G/Leader
315 8015 Sitton 44 NR. 1402 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
316 8018 Use 36 NY 1827=62 - Umtali Malawian Rigger G/Leader
317 8021 Siayengwa 48 151448 - V. Fails S.W.A. Charging
318 8027 Charles 49 NR 1226 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
319 8028 Siandavu 24 7552 - Binga Rhodesian Driller
320 8033 Ndwandwa 23 6725 - Binga Rhodesian Charging
321 8036 Mofolo 35 NY 13735-62 - Mtoko Malawian Shuttle Car Driver
322 8039 Shishuo 35 603=58 - Bulawayo S.W.A. Ferret Car Driver
323 8041 Mbai 35 2439=57 - V. Falls S.W.A. 1st Coal Cutter Driver
324 8053 Matson 34 FNY 7931 - Uratali Malawian 1st Loader Driver
325 8058 Keyi 30 X 10123 - Wankie Rhodesian Ferret Car Driver
326 8061 Arone 27 F 035=70 - Chiredzi P.E.A. Driller
327 8063 Chibcsa 39 NR. 1235 - Wankie Zambian Coal Prep. G/Leader
328 8067 Maszinga 31 X 12299 - Tjclotjo Rhodesian Driller
329 8068 Nene 29 X 12285 - Lupane Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
330 8069 John 30 NY 19597 - Umtali Malavrian Ferret Driver
331 8075 Tangweni 39 F 01-64 - Chipinga P.E.A. Duff Lasher
332 8078 Gideon 49 X 10854 - Wankie Rhodesian 1st Loader Driver
333 8080 Joseph 35 F 294-61 - Wankie P.W.A. Prod. Sect. G/Lcade
334 8089 William 42 F 001011=59 - Chipinga P.E.A. Driller
335 8090 Zeya 25 X 10317 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
336 8091 Marufu 24 X 24796 - Chilimanzi Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
337 8099 Zacarias 26 F 07=71 - Ft. Victoria P.E.A. 2nd Loader Driver
338 8103 Aungus-tino 44 F 00397=61 - Chipinga P.E.A. Driller
339 8109 Samson 29 26944 - Chipinga Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
340 8112 Mloyiswa 37 X 9679 - Nkai Rhodesian Driller
341 8114 Simon 52 NR. 2278 - Wankie Zambian Belt Switches
342 8130 Chilaba 27 X 10595 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
343 8142 Phineas 28 F 0225-63 - Chipinga P.E.A. Art. U/S Helper
344 8152 Bopoto 33 X 14868 - Gokwe Rhodesian Driller
345 8155 Talyiwa 45 X 5186 - Wankie Rhodesian Tractor Driver
346 8157 Sondo 37 X 16594 - Belingve Rhodesian Driller
347 8163 Mika 26 X 1237 - Lupane Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
348 8164 Macinha 52 F 0111-64 - Ndanga P.E.A. Driller
349 8169 Peter 24 X 22632 - Umtali Rhodesian Driller
350 8176 Mafa 34 X 8836 - Wankie Rhodesian Duff Lasher
351 8177 Boyi 25 X 31388 - Ndanga Rhodesian Driller
352 8179 Fungayi 30 34197 - Chipinga Rhodesian Driller
353 8186 Tainge 30 28853 - Buhera Rhodesian Belt Cleaner
354 8187 Jafali 38 NY 249 - Wankie Malawian Art. U/S Helper
355 8188 Mareza 32 X 10675 - Lupane Rhodesian Shuttle Driver
356 8193 Manyati 54 0048 - Wankie P.E.A. Pumps Gang Leader
357 8198 Ketibenja 37 1692=56 - V. Falls Tanzanian Bar Boy
358 8228 Jonas 60 85-55 - Wankie Tanzanian Belt Switches
359 8247 Malembe 44 Mw 974=58 - V. Falls Zambian Belts G/Leader
360 8285 William 38 NR 921 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
361 8295 Mukelabai 46 NR 282 - V. Falls Zambian Pipes & Pumps
362 8306 Zendelawa 49 00895=57 - Wankie P.E.A. Art. U/S Helper
363 8131 Ngulube 61 70682 - V. Falls Zambian Pipes & Pumps
364 8353 James 32 NR. 76 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
365 8374 Simon 48 119770 - V. Falls Zambian Belts G/Leader
366 8375 Giveft 52 F 140-63 - Wankie Caprivi Strip Tractor Driver
367 8426 Tusathe 44 3870 - Wankie Tanzanian Coal Prep. G/Leader
368 8432 Yafeti 38 NR. 132-60 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
369 8671 Wisikosi 45 Ny 42 - Wankie Maiavian Bar Boy
370 8472 Hutale 32 NR. 2869 - Wankie Zambian Art. U/S Helper
371 8489 Tyson 52 NR 1455 - Wankie Zambian Bricklayers Asst.
372 8493 Jabezi 27 X 10124 - Wankie Rhodesian Shuttle Car Driver
373 8505 William 35 NY. 2815-60 - Mtoko Malawian Jnr. Elect. Asst.
374 8507 Wyson 40 NY 31 - Wankie Malawian Bricklayers Asst.
375 8510 Dokota 37 B 13169 - Chibi Rhodesian 1st Coal Cutter Driver
376 8512 Mhlotnisi 32 X 13631 - Gwaai Rhodesian Driller
377 8514 Masupa 30 F 221=61 - V. Falls Caprivi Strip Charging
378 8520 Benson 51 1233191 - Uracali Tanzanian Duff Lasher
379 8524 Kanga-chepc 33 NR. 1888 63 - Wankie Zambian Charging
380 8534 Mwanam-walie 53 NR. 333 - Wankie Zambian Bricklayers Asst.
381 8536 Mulonda 43 X 6716 - Wankie Rhodesian Bricklayers Asst.
382 8539 Lafet 51 NR. 1234 - Wankie Zambian Belts G/Leadcr
383 8544 Kameya 42 20=60 - Nyama S.W.A. 1st Coal Cutter Driver
384 8545 Temangooi-be 44 3556 - Binga Rhodesian Bricklayers Asst.
385 8561 Labson 40 NR. 2801 - V. Falls Zambian Operative M. Mechanic
386 8567 Angolile 45 F. 140-64 - Wankie Tanzanian Belt Switches
387 8596 Fannual 36 FNY 1112=64 - Mtoko Malawian Charging
388 8622 Siapenga 55 6856 - Binga Rhodesian Belt Switches
389 8641 Hlangano 30 32452 - Chipinga Rhodesian Pipes 4 Pumps
390 8648 Maunde 31 F 082=65 - Wankie P.E.A. Duff Lasher
391 8653 Beacon 40 251-58 - Wankie Tanzanian Belt Switches

Count: 277 Killed of Injuries on surface
Count : 298 Killed on Surface

P.E.A. = Portuguese Eas Africa (Mozambique)
SWA -South West African (Namibia)

Original listing, made available to ORAFs by Mrs. Franky Rumbold, recompiled by Eddy Norris for use on this blog.
Thank you Franky.

1 Comments:

At 11 January 2014 at 18:07 , OpenID bellacosta2013 said...

Please contact me at bella.costa@rocketmail.com. A book on the incident is in the typewriter. Thanks, Belinda da Costa.

 

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