Tongaat Mall report on 2013 collapse makes recommendations to prosecute

The Kwa-Zulu Natal Department of Labour has made recommendations to prosecute in the report on the Tongaat Mall collapse.

The collapse, which occured in November 3013, claimed the lives of 2 people and injured 29 people.

702's John Robbie spoke to Chief Inspector of the Department of Labour, Tibor Szana, on details of the report's findings.

Listen to the interview below:

The issues that were raised were confidence of some of the people and materials were called into question.

Tibor Szana, Chief Inspector of Department of Labour

The responsibility for any site starts at the client and we move down to the contractor, and those are the issues we looked into in the inquiry.

Tibor Szana, Chief Inspector of Department of Labour

We've definately made recommendations to prosecute... We've also strengthened the structure of all those involved in construction health and safety.

Tibor Szana, Chief Inspector of Department of Labour
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