Johannesburg - The Farlam commission of inquiry continues its hearings into the Marikana shooting on Friday.
On Thursday, the inquiry watched graphic videos captured at the scene of the shooting on August 16, 2012.
The videos show the bleeding bodies of shot protesters on the ground at a hill in Marikana, near Lonmin's platinum mine. Some had been shot in the head.
One Lonmin worker, Mzoxolo Magidiwana, who had spent the past few days testifying before the commission, is seen in the video. He leads a group of protesters, who wield sticks and knobkerries while marching.
Later, Magidiwana is lying among the bodies after being shot repeatedly. He spent several weeks recovering in various hospitals.
The commission is probing the deaths of 44 people during an unprotected strike by Lonmin workers at Marikana last year.
Thirty-four of them were shot dead during a confrontation with police on August 16. - Sapa