#1 Trade Unionism in Africa: a decade after the Marikana massacre - no justice for the shot mineworkers. Trade unions close to government and economy.
Memorial of the brutal suppression of a strike during which 34 miners were killed by police gunfire.
The events took place on 16th of August 2012 at a platinum mine in Marikana, a town in South Africa, 80 km west of Pretoria.
Interview with Warren McGregor, anarchosyndicalist activist in trade unions and social movements in South Africa and other African countries. We spoke about what happened in August 2012 in Marikana, what the consequences were, about trade unions in South Africa and how the situation of the mineworkers and their families is today.