Mine Hearings in South Africa Should Be Halted, Says Lawyer
The judicial commission's hearings into the killing of Lonmin mineworkers should be halted, until relative of the slain miners are able to attend, says a lawyer representing the families.
South Africa: Families Need to Attend Marikana Hearings - Lawyer
South African Press Association, 29 October 2012
The families of Lonmin mineworkers were entitled to attend a judicial commission's hearings into the shooting in which they were killed, a lawyer representing the families said on... read more »
Striking Lonmin miners gather on a hill near the Marikana mine during a protest action in August 2012.
Daily Maverick, 29 October 2012
For the families of the victims of Marikana, the Farlam Commission is a chance to find out why their loved ones were wrenched from them and come to terms with the loss. That looks... read more »
South Africa: Mine Killings Inquiry Resumes
SAnews.gov.za, 29 October 2012
The Marikana Commission of Inquiry will reconvene at Rustenburg Civic Centre today at 9am.read more »
Families of miners killed by police at Marikana in South Africa's North-West Province had to be treated after viewing footage of the tragedy. And lawyers for miners arrested and ... Read more »