Latest articles on Marikana Compensation

Still no money for Marikana wounded and arrested

The department of justice has failed to compensate miners for their losses

Senior police officials to appear in court for Marikana massacre

​Nine senior police officials are to appear in connection with the Marikana massacre― more than five years after the tragedy occurred

Marikana talks stagger on

Those negotiating for miners’ families say the state has been nothing but bloody-minded

Cyril’s atonement for Marikana: Compensation is nearly ready

Ramaphosa addressed the massacre of 34 workers at the Lonmin Platinum mine in 2012 for the first time since being elected president in Parliament

Still no justice for the victims of the Marikana massacre

It’s five years since miners were gunned down by the police yet no one has been found culpable, nor have the families been compensated.

Presidency says government ready to compensate Marikana victims

Lonmin was threatened with having its mining rights revoked if it doesn't improve its housing plan.

Big stink: How Lonmin paid R20m for just two toilets for Marikana workers

The mining company is accused of ‘undermining black lives’ by leaving a toilet project unfinished.

Marikana widows have to ‘prove’ trauma as the authorities stay mum on compensation

Relatives are going the legal route to try to quantify their pain

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