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Marikana victims mull complaint against Judge Lamont after civil case recusal

Judge Colin Lamont withdrew from the case because of his shares in the mining company Sibanye

Judge adjudicating Marikana lawsuit against Ramaphosa and Sibanye sold his shares in Lonmin

The application to have Judge Colin Lamont recuse himself was launched hours after the disclosure

Marikana court case back to haunt Ramaphosa

Lawyers seeking R1-billion in damages allege President Cyril Ramaphosa’s phone calls and emails in 2012 set the stage for the unlawful killing of 34 miners

Marikana community fear murder accused and former police chief who now heads mine security

Murder accused and former provincial police deputy commissioner Wiliam Mpembe rules mine security with impunity - say people in Marikana

R170m of Marikana claims settled, but legal wrangles continue

Claimants are free to approach the state attorney’s office to check whether the figures released by the solicitor general are correct, the government says.

Time in Marikana has stood still

In Nkaneng the memory of the 44 people murdered will not leave the community

Phiyega’s ‘zombie litigation’ to fight Marikana findings costs taxpayers

Nine years later, the government has not finalised damages claims, but has paid millions for Phiyega to contest the scathing findings against her

No justice left behind after the Marikana massacre

Close to a decade after the Marikana massacre, President Cyril Ramaphosa has not visited the survivors as he promised to do, judges have acquitted police officers, children can’t get jobs and lawlessness reigns

Editorial: Marikana must haunt us

The blight on our past and our future must haunt us as much as it haunts the victims left behind

Phiyega bid to sidestep Marikana massacre dismissed

Ex-police commissioner Riah Phiyega hoped to quash findings including colluding in a cover-up and misleading the public about what happened at the platinum mine in 2012.

Marikana violence was avoidable, Mahikeng court hears

Testimony about the events of 13 August 2012, when five people died at Marikana, has provided new details of the police’s incompetent handling of the striking mineworker situation.

Hope faces off against power in Marikana trial

The family members of mineworkers killed during the Marikana massacre in 2012 have yet to see a police officer held to account, and police testimony thus far appears unclear

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