Lonmin will not re-open its operations at its E2 and E3 shafts near Bapong in the North West after the community failed to sign an agreement reached.
Many believe their town will rise from the ashes a better place - and signs are they might be right
A mass funeral was held at Tswelelang township for 10 women and two men who died in a head-on collision between a minibus taxi and an SUV on April 8.
North West police denied allegations that the Democratic Alliance was prevented from laying charges against North West premier Supra Mahumapelo.
Lonmin said it was forced to halt production at some mining shafts as employees were allegedly threatened by Bapo ba Mogale protesters.
Schooling near Coligny, resumed at slow pace, following days of unprecedented violent protests in the area.
A bus driver escaped uninjured after protesters in Bapong, near Brits, set alight the bus he was driving.
A Reconciliation, Healing and Renewal Forum was elected in an attempt to bring peace and stability following violent protests in the North West town.