Marikana massacre: Families still waiting for justice

Six years after the Marikana massacre, the grief felt by families and survivors is evident.


    Families of the 34 miners who were killed six years ago in a wage strike in South Africa say the government has not properly acknowledged their pain and grief.

    While the government has paid some families compensation of about $7m - others including survivors are waiting for their payout.

    Fahmida Miller reports, from Marikana where a commemoration ceremony has been held.


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