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The Farlam Commission of Inquiry will take a recess and reconvene on January 6 next year.
Families of the Lonmin mineworkers shot in Marikana, North West, last year will re-join the public hearings in January.
Dumisa Ntsebeza SC, acting for the Marikana miners, has refuted police evidence that they were under threat at Marikana and acted in self defence.
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Legal Aid SA is seeking legal advice about a court ruling that it pay the legal costs of the miners wounded and arrested at Marikana.
The colours of the EFF and trade union Amcu were prominent in the gallery at the Farlam Commission of Inquiry.
Lawyers for the miners wounded and arrested at Marikana have returned to the Farlam Commission of Inquiry.
A court ruling on the Marikana survivors’ legal costs has been welcomed by the Council for the Advancement of the SA Constitution.
Political parties have welcomed the High Court order that Legal Aid SA pay the legal costs of the survivors of the Marikana shooting.
Legal Aid SA will “independently decide” whether to comply or appeal a court decision instructing it to fund the legal costs of Marikana miners and their families.
Legal Aid SAC is studying a ruling by the Johannesburg High Court compelling them to pay the legal costs of survivors of the Marikana shooting.
The court ruling ordering Legal Aid SA to pay the legal costs of the survivors of the Marikana shooting was welcomed by the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of SA (Seri).
“The judgment presents an opportunity for the victims' families to pursue justice through the commission investigating this tragedy.”
Senior police officers wanted four mortuary vehicles to be at the hill at Marikana hours before the shootings last year, the Farlam Commission heard.
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