Marikana massacre 4 years on and no justice, no reparations

Nomzama Zondo, Director of Litigation at Socio Economic Rights Institute (Seri) speaks to Euseubius Mckaizer aabout the Marikana massacre four years later. She is part of the legal team representing a number of the families who lost loved ones on the 16 August 2014.

16 August 2012 is a moment of national shame for all South Africans, and it's sad that we sit here and stand here four years later, and nothing has been done about it.

Nomzama Zondo, Director of Litigation at Socio Economic Rights Institute (Seri)

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