Johannesburg - No incidents of violence were reported overnight at Lonmin's Marikana mine following a shooting at Wonderkop hostel, North West police said on Tuesday.
“No incident has been reported and no arrest has been made,” said Colonel Sabata Mokgwabone.
A National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) shop steward was shot dead and another wounded on Monday.
Mokgwabone said the wounded man was in a critical condition in hospital.
He said the names of the two men had not been released.
On May 11, Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) North West regional organiser Mawethu Steven was shot dead at a tavern in Photsaneng.
Forty-four people were killed during a wildcat strike at Marikana last year.
Police shot dead 34 striking mineworkers on August 16.
Ten people, including two police officers, were killed in the preceding week.
Workers went on strike demanding a monthly salary of R12,500.
The strike ended in September.
The killings of union leaders in the area has been linked to rivalry between the two unions. - Sapa