Sitelega Meric Gadlela (50) was from Dvokolwako in Swaziland. He began working for Lonmin in 1989 and was with the company for 23 years.
Mr Gadlela was killed at scene 2 after being shot twice in the back.
He left behind his mother, wife and 11 children, including 5 who are still in school.
According to his wife, Betty Gadlela, “My husband came from a big, poor family. He supported his 11 children, his elderly mother and me. He was paying his mother’s medical bills and paying school fees for his 5 children that are still at school.”
Despite having worked for Lonmin for 23 years, Mr Gadlela’s dependents were only paid R350 000 in total by the company.