Haven’t they suffered enough? Another hurdle for Marikana victims’ families

Court proceedings are translated from English to Setswana and Afrikaans, but most families are Xhosa

25 October 2020 - 18:32 By naledi shange

Last week, the Marikana trial in the North West High Court focused on the murder of Pumzile Sokhanyile, who was shot dead (https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2020-10-23-marikana-trial-focus-on-police-probe-of-scene-where-mineworker-pumzile-sokhanyile-was-murdered/), allegedly by police, on August 13 2012, three days before the Marikana massacre...

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