Reparations and Memory for the Marikana Massacre after 10 Years

Reparations and Memory for the Marikana Massacre after 10 Years

Ten years have passed since the Marikana Massacre on 16 August 2022. Yet we are still not close to securing full reparations for victims. The process of civil claims, prosecutions, and support services has been piecemeal and often insensitive to the needs of victims. CSVR and the Institute for Business Ethics University of St Gallen will share findings from their research on the progress and the gaps in achieving redress and justice for victims of Marikana, with recommendations for a more comprehensive and integrated approach for the way forward.


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Malose Langa (CSVR) Reparations progress and gaps

Nomzamo Zondo (SERI) The battle for civil and criminal accountability

Jordi Gabriel-Vives (University of St. Gallen) Human rights responsibilities of the state and the mining company

Hugo van der Merwe (CSVR) A comprehensive and integrated approach to address reparations

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