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MSC Stands With the Women of Marikana

The Marikana Support Campaign wishes all women a happy women’s day. We acknowledge the struggles of all women and especially those of Marikana, the widows, sisters and daughters of those killed at the massacre. We also wish to highlight the ongoing struggle for housing and...

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UK Solidarity with Marikana Miners

5th ANNIVERSARY DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE BRUTAL MARIKANA MASSACRE 1-2pm Picket Lonmin HQ,  - 1-3 Mount Street, London W1K 3NB 4.30-7pm Remembrance Vigil - South Africa House, Trafalgar Square Bring yellow flowers FIVE YEARS ON - STILL NO JUSTICE!   The police, the ANC government and Lonmin are guilty of murder! On 16th August 2012,...

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Press Statement – Napoleon Webster Spends 200 Days Detained

200 Days In Detention Without Trial – Free Napoleon Webster Wrongfully accused detainee, Napoleon Webster, finally has a court date to appeal the decision to deny him bail. Friday 10th August has been set as the date for his legal representatives, the Socio Economic Rights Institute,...

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Bishop Jo Seoka visits Napoleon Webster

Last Thursday I visited an innocent man in prison – by Bishop Jo Seoka Monday 24 April 2017 For Immediate Release Last Thursday I paid a pastoral visit to Napoleon Webster and his co-detained in Rustenburg Jail. Napoleon moved to Marikana around a year ago and has been...

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SERI join the struggle to #FreeNapoleonWebster

PRESS STATEMENT: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Issued by: Marikana Support Campaign and Socio-Economic Rights Institute (SERI) Monday 10th April, 2017SERI join the struggle to #FreeNapoleonWebster The Marikana support campaign would like to announce that the Socio-Economic Rights Institute have agreed to join the struggle for the release of unjustly...

Press Statement on Ongoing Detention and Prosecution of Marikana Activists

  Attention: Editors and News Desks Monday 6 February 2017  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  On 8th December 2016, at 16.45 a tragic murder took place in Marikana. Between the 12 December 2016 and 6 January 2017, four community leaders, who work at Lonmin Marikana Mine, were arrested in connection with...

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Statement from Bishop Johannes Seoka ahead of the Lonmin AGM 2017

The Lonmin PLC AGM is one day away and we are preparing to remind them that they have yet to take any responsibility for the Marikana Massacre and any accountability for the dire living conditions the mine workers and their families are forced to endure....

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After Miners Shot Down, The Giant Must Fall

Rehad Desai, director of International Emmy award winning film, Miners Shot Down, will release follow up film, The Giant is Falling, at the end of this month at the Johannesburg Film Festival. The film is co-directed by first time director, Jabulani Mzozo. Desai made the decision...