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We are going to kill each other today : the Marikana story

Author: Thanduxolo JikaLucas LedwabaSebabatso MosamoAthandiwe SabaFelix DlangamandlaAll authors
Publisher: Cape Town South Africa : Tafelberg, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
Database: WorldCat
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In August 2012, after a standoff of several days, South African police opened fire on armed mineworkers who had gathered on a koppie at Marikana in North West Province. The mineworkers were on strike in defiance of their employer, their trade union and ultimately, the South African state. Thirty-four were killed, and many more were wounded. Among those at the scene were the journalists and photographers who  Read more...
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Title: We are going to kill each other today : the Marikana story /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Thanduxolo Jika; Lucas Ledwaba; Sebabatso Mosamo; Athandiwe Saba; Felix Dlangamandla; Leon Sadiki
ISBN: 0624063461; 9780624063469
Description: 1 online resource (174 pages) : color illustrations, map
Responsibility: text by Thanduxolo Jika, Lucas Ledwaba, Sebabatso Mosamo, Athandiwe Saba ; photographs by Felix Dlangamandla, Leon Sadiki.
Genre/Form: Electronic books.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: (DLC) 2014502111
Year: 2013
Standard Numbers: Stock no: 776555; Stock no: DE989585-8F82-4635-BECB-BC8E30342EB3
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: HV6535.S63; Dewey No.: 331.892968
OCLC No.: 908247505

Abstract:

In August 2012, after a standoff of several days, South African police opened fire on armed mineworkers who had gathered on a koppie at Marikana in North West Province. The mineworkers were on strike in defiance of their employer, their trade union and ultimately, the South African state. Thirty-four were killed, and many more were wounded. Among those at the scene were the journalists and photographers who contributed to this book. Profoundly affected by their experiences, they went in search of the story behind the headlines. Their reportage won the 'story of the year' category in the 2013 S.
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