/ 12 August 2021

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

Commemoration Service For Slain Police Officers
Coming out fighting: Riah Phiyega contends she has been made a ‘scapegoat’ for the Marikana massacre. (Herman Verwey/Gallo Images/Beeld)
Nine years later, the government has not finalised damages claims, but has paid millions for Phiyega to contest the scathing findings against her

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