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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 has been ordered to pay the legal costs of Marikana victims, to the elation of those who packed the court.
A high court has ruled that Marikana survivors and the families of those who died must receive legal funding, a report said.
Video footage suggests that the killing of 34 Marikana mineworkers happened "exactly" as police planned it.
Video footage suggests that the killing of 34 Marikana mineworkers happened “exactly” as police planned it, a report said.
The Anglican Church Southern Africa has pledged its support for the Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the Marikana shootings.
The police implemented stage three of their plan in Marikana several hours after deciding to do so, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard.
Not one public order policing official was present when the main police briefing on the Marikana unrest dispersal plan was held, the inquiry heard.
Advocate Dali Mpofu says if the State wanted to, it could pay the legal fees of those injured or arrested at Marikana.
The families of the miners who died in Marikana last year need to know the truth about what happened, the High Court in Pretoria heard.
Evidence leaders at the Farlam Commission questioned Lt-Col Duncan Scott about police strategies during the Marikana unrest.
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