Striking workers at a Swazi mine co-owned by ANC-linked investment company Chancellor House and King Mswati III fear "a second Marikana".
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The SAPS wants Ian Farlam to leave the ‘policing of the police’ to Ipid, but he says he can make recommendations on who should be prosecuted.
Vested interests have conspired to keep the truth about the Marikana massacre buried and the curse of unchecked mining goes on.
The urgency of the operation may have been to pre-empt Julius Malema from entering the fray.
The Farlam inquiry has heard that Lonmin miners took their cue from the violent, but effective, protests at their neighbouring platinum firm.
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Political pressure, NUM officials shooting at protesters and the firing of teargas and stun-grenades are to blame, says advocate Dali Mpofu.
Lawyers for the union argued at the Farlam commission that it was a myth perpetuated by Lonmin that union rivalry was the main cause of the slaughter.
The Farlam commission of inquiry heard that Amcu acted responsibly, and that Lonmin was "not equipped" to deal with the strike.
It's easy to blame Amcu, but insurrection is caused by anger over poverty and inequality.
This was the message delivered by evidence leader Matthew Chaskalson at the Farlam commission, who urged against "normalising" the tragic massacre.
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Lonmin announced a huge housing deal, publicly and in its social and labour plans. But the deal was never signed.
Lonmin found funding to build its workers housing, it has been revealed, but now it doesn't know what happened to the funding agreement.
EFF leaders were ejected from the National Assembly as they refused to withdraw statements that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is a murderer.
The two EFF leaders have been thrown out of Parliament for a second time after calling Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa a murderer.
During a cross-examination at the Farlam commission, Riah Phiyega admitted that the R5 rifles used at the Marikana massacre are still being used