1. Workers Demonstrate on a hill near Marikana

2. Chronology of a Massacre

3. The Prelude

4. Workers gather at Wonderkop, Marikana

5. Workers demonstrate on a Hill near Marikana

6. MineWorkers March during strike

7. Lonmin workers gather on Wonderkop hill at Marikana 15/08/12

8. Mine Workers March before the Massacre

9. Miners March during their strike

10. Workers meetings continue on the hill

11. Workers during the Lonmin Strike

12. Workers Meeting during the strike

13. Meeting of the strike leadership

14. The Encounter

15. Police shooting at Lonmin Workers on Strike

16. workers lying on the ground after the massacre

17. police move in while dead workers lie on the ground

18. police move in while dead workers lie on the ground

19. the aftermath

20. the scene of the massacre in wonderkop

21. the scene of the massacre at wonderkop

22. Police Mark Position of Bodies of Killed Miners

23. miner weeps following the massacre

24. wife of slain driller andries ntsenyeho

25. women mourn after the massacre

26. resistance

27. Miners Protest the Presence of Police

28. burned shack of scab suspect

29. relatives of miners protest against police

30. miners on peaceful march after the massacre

31. workers march after the massacre, nkaneng

32. bishop paul verryn joined lonmin miners

33. women support striking miners

34. police arrest residents of nkaneng

35. remembering marikana

36. A rock driller in his shack in Wonderkop

37. zeack, A miner, in his shack inside a compound

38. Miners Living conditions

39. the faces of marikana

40. the faces of marikana

41. remembering marikana

42. remembering marikana

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