more than 100 miners were believed to have died wednesday night in one of south africa's largest gold mines when the cables must have either jumped out of the locomotive or in any event was not in it,' the statement said.
by msc lim 2011 cited by 11 — background the mortality rate from unnatural deaths for south africa is nearly double death between 1992 and 2008 in a cohort of south african miners. data with cause of death determined from multiple sources including the rates of unnatural deaths declined by 2 (95ci -4,-1) per year over
a spate of deaths at sibanye-stillwater's gold operations, including a seismic event that killed seven miners in early may, has raised red flags and
by drhj simons cited by 22 — gold mines since the beginning of the century. untold others have died from septicaemia and other diseases contracted as a result of accidental injury. many
the death toll stood at four on friday, but the last three miners still trapped were found to have died of their injuries. all the miners trapped after
south africa is one of the most violent countries in the world. according to the government data, at least 58 murders a day were recorded last year
the worker at kusasalethu was killed by liquid paste-like gold ore waste that escaped from a container and the miner in joel died in a blasting
by drhj simons cited by 22 — many more have lost limbs or eyes, or have been otherwise disabled. the annual death toll from accidents on south african mines fluctuates around 800.
by l braun 2006 cited by 65 — for many in former mining regions, the loss of their livelihoods as the industry retrenched map of south africa depicting the location of former mines, factories, and virtually every resident has a relative or friend who is sick or who has died
by s basu 2009 cited by 44 — miners in southern africa have the highest tuberculosis incidence of any working would normally travel home only once or twice per year in prior decades .
that was in may, 2009 and - while of no consolation to the paralyzed mandela became south africa's first black president, 615 miners died in the pits. you won't ever get a year in south african mining without fatalities.
the 2017 death toll in south africa's mines has already surpassed the 2016 figure, ending nine straight years of falling fatalities in the world's
between 1984 and 2005, more than 11 000 mine workers died in south africa. in 2003, the death toll from mining accidents was approximately 270 fatalities and
in the drc, up to 2,000 illegal and artisanal miners die a year, said siddharth kara, a lecturer in public policy at the harvard kennedy school. mr.
by pj reid 1996 cited by 71 — methods: a cohort of 4925 white miners in south africa, born between 1 january 1916 39 and 54, was followed up for 20 years by which time 2032 had died.
southern african gold had been exported for thousands of years to the arab peninsula and the persian gulf, but it had 'the white people are troubling me much about gold. between 1903 and 1973, 42,000 men died on the gold mines.
the minerals council south africa has announced the industry's first death in the country due johns hopkins university's may 18 covid-19 dashboard the council said the 34-year-old man, who worked at an operation in
five miners died in a south african copper mine sunday after a fire trapped the workers underground, the country's association of mineworkers
by el corbett 2002 cited by 228 — morbidity and mortality in south african gold miners: impact of untreated disease due to issue 9, 1 may 2002, pages 12511258, https://doi.org/10.1086/339540 gold miners who left employment or died were periodically identified by
by k bloch 2018 cited by 12 — keywords: mining, south africa, mortality, silicosis, hiv, tuberculosis. background full list of author information is available at the end of the article. the author(s). addition, individuals who died on or before their date of leaving the
by g nelson 2010 cited by 76 — objectives: we describe trends in silicosis among south african gold miners who of the clinical cause of death, and the families of deceased mine workers may miners who died from external causes and who had been employed in the
by j leger 1990 cited by 5 — sixty six thousand miners have died and more than a million have been discussion of trends in south african mine accident statistics tends to focus on control' schemes and safety competitions may result in employer pressure on workers.
there were five fatalities reported across south african mines in the first saw more fatalities than in 2016, when just 73 people died at work.
by gd shanks 2010 cited by 3 — why did many more diamond miners than gold miners die in south africa during the during the 1918 pandemic in africa, many people died of influenza, but