, Tue 22 Jan, 06:54 am
As the Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the shootings at Marikana gets under way, questions have been raised about police planning before a shooting that left 34 striking miners dead. The Commission also heard that police should have handled the negotiations with striking mineworkers in a different way so as to ensure a more favourable outcome. The Inquiry is expected to wrap up in May.
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South Africa: Marikana Crowd Control Queried
South African Press Association, 22 January 2013
Questions were asked on Tuesday about police planning before a shooting that left 34 striking miners dead in Marikana, North West.