Concerns over job security have been raised in a Canadian company's involvement regarding Lily Mine's business rescue plan.
The mine closed operations in April when three mineworkers died after being trapped in a container underground during a rock-fall at the Barberton mine.
702's John Robbie spoke to business rescue practitioner, Rob Devereux, about how the plans will come into effect.
Listen to the interview below:
A quarter of Vantage Mine is being bought by a Canadian firm. The only mine in rescue is Lily Mine.— Rob Devereux, business rescue practitioner
We will re-deploy people to our sister mine. We will re-work a mine dump that will give additional employment to people.— Rob Devereux, business rescue practitioner