Why do representative bodies like the union, the party, and the so-called Left seem to fail its constituents during struggles like Marikana?
The anniversary of Marikana just passed us. Media coverage of the massacre is an important part of its legacy.
How do you tell a different story of Indians in South Africa, one that shatters long-held and reproduced stereotypes?
Amid the violence of August 2012, one positive feature that stood out was the resilience of the autonomous organization of workers and independent trade unions in Marikana.