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At least 20 mine workers killed after bus collides with lorry in South Africa

  • At least 20 lives were tragically lost in a bus crash in Limpopo province, South Africa while the bus was transporting staff from the Venetia Diamond Mine. The cause of the collision is still under investigation.
  • The Venetia Diamond Mine, the largest diamond mine in South Africa, accounting for over 40% of the country's diamond production, employs more than 4,300 people. The mine is owned by De Beers, a diamond giant.
  • South Africa has a high rate of road fatalities, with over 12,000 deaths recorded between January and December of last year. The state of the roads and the vehicles traveling on them have been subject to criticism by authorities.
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