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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.
Several mineworkers were shot in the head during the masacre at Marikana, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard.
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A march to demand that the state pay for lawyers for survivors of the Marikana shootings started off slowly in Pretoria.
The DA are to join survivors of the Marikana shooting in a march to the Union Buildings on Thursday.
A police officer has conceded that there were inaccuracies in the police version of events at Marikana last year.
Johann Fritz permitted the use of stun grenades after being urged to do so by an air law enforcement officer.
The survivors of the Marikana shootings will march to push for state legal funding, say Citizens4Marikana.
Lt-Col Duncan Scott keeps the question of whether miners “stormed” police before stun grenades were used alive.
“Our clients see this commission to be running only with the parties which seem to be the perpetrators of the injustices. Obviously, they would not be feeling well.”
An application to postpone the public hearings of the Farlam Commission of Inquiry, brought by Dali Mpofu, has been rejected.
The absence of wounded and injured miners will have minimal effect on the Farlam Commission of Inquiry, it heard.
Relatives of the victims of the Marikana massacre will march to the Union Buildings to protest against the State’s refusal to pay their legal fees.
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