The Buffalo Prince and the Marikana Commission

By IAfrica
In South Africa
Aug 11th, 2014

Two years ago on Monday, Lonmin workers marched on the NUM and were fired upon by union members, starting a spiral of violence that ended in the Marikana massacre. On Monday, NUM founding general secretary and current Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa testified on his role in the murky collaboration between Lonmin and politicians. The ‘buffalo prince’ survived, steadfast and resolute, but human after all. By GREG NICOLSON.

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