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South Africa's problems are no longer specific to the apartheid legacy, but about more global issues of poverty and inequality.
Marikana's workers were active agents in controlling their own destinies in the midst of plutocratic mine-owners and “pocket trade unions.”
The relationship between the massacre of workers at Marikana and the rational destiny of market fundamentalism.
The astonishing lengths to which the South African state went to demean and diminish Marikana miners, dead and living, and their loved ones.
When the widows of Marikana tried to wake up their husbands from their graves by yelling at them.
Will the trade union that organized the strike will unify and rally workers outside of the ruling alliance.
"Miners Shot Down," by director Rehad Desai, is a haunting and emotional documentary of the Marikana massacre in August 2012.
We send our Tokoloshe to battle with those trying to make us forget the atrocities of Marikana.
A conversation with South African artist Masello Motana on pop stars, politicians and personhood.
Rewriting history from below in South Africa by utilizing the voices of workers and their survivors themselves.
British TV news airs footage refuting South African police claims about murdered Marikana miners.