Marikana widow: 'Priority given to 34 victims but 10 families being ignored'
Widow Of Lonmin security guard at Marikana, Aisha Fundi says this day brings back the bad memories of six years ago.
Speaking to Clement Manyathela on The Midday Report, Fundi says what makes it worse is that Marikana remains the same.
People are ignoring Marikana including our government as if nothing has happened.Aisha Fundi, Widow Of Lonmin Security Guard at Marikana
The worse is our ten families of those who were brutally killed by the strikers prior to the 16th of August are being ignored.Aisha Fundi, Widow Of Lonmin Security Guard at Marikana
And priority is given to the 34 victims who died on the 16th and it is very very bad.Aisha Fundi, Widow Of Lonmin Security Guard at Marikana
Today is the 6th anniversary of the Marikana massacre which claimed 44 lives following days of violence during a protracted wage strike by workers at the Lonmin platinum mine in the North West.
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