Yes, commodity prices are up, but not to the extent we would like and consequently, everyone is still moving with caution and keeping tabs on every penny being spent.”
- Laura Cornish, Editor
Issue 9
2016
It has been four years since the fateful day at Marikana when 34 miners lost their lives in what cannot be described as anything less than a massacre. Yet, it is with great sadness that I have come to realise it continues to reside at the forefront of our minds as a new round of attacks was launched at Lonmin – on 16 August – for its failure to rectify the very problems that caused the wildcat strike in the first place.
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It has been four years since the fateful day at Marikana when 34 miners lost their lives in what cannot be described as anything less than a massacre.
- Laura Cornish - Editor
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