Professor of Criminology, Bill Dixon has written an article for The Conversation:
Five years ago this week 44 people were killed in the course of an industrial dispute at a platinum mine in South Africa's North West Province owned by Lonmin. It became known as the Marikana massacre.
For many observers, Marikana was a turning point in the presidency of Jacob Zuma - who came to power in 2009 - and in the history of democratic South Africa. Even more so, it gave an early indication of the abuse of state power that's been the hallmark of the Zuma government.
Read more on The Conversation...
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