Marikana massacre

Protests in Mahikeng and other parts of the province raise some serious questions about the functioning and state of South Africa’s democracy.
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"It seemed to me, sadly, that the musical had curious ideas about mourning the brave that fell in Marikana as stated by the director."
"We were unpleasantly surprised... that the state president has courted the... EFF to nicodemusly go and apologise to [the widows]," says AMCU's president.
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"We cannot allow [Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma] to come here when it's convenient for her," said Napoleon Webster after she was chased away.
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"We still see mining companies as criminals... they make so much money but we live in shacks," says activist during Marikana Massacre commemorations.
Promises come every year since the Marikana massacre, but its empty promises, says AMCU.
We are committed more than ever to ensure that an event like this never ever happens again in our country's history.
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"We hear nothing about Cyril Ramaphosa or Lonmin being charged. We hear nothing said about the police," says released Marikana housing activist.
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Napoleon Webster, released on bail after 200 days in jail, said his arrest was politically motivated and potentially a "plot by Cyril Ramaphosa".
Napoleon Webster, released on bail after 200 days in jail, said his arrest was politically motivated and potentially a "plot by Cyril Ramaphosa".