The socioeconomic conditions that spurred Lonmin mineworkers to embark on a strike that led to the bloody Marikana massacre seven years ago have not changed, according to those affected by the incident. 

Some of them are now expected to approach the courts in an effort to overturn the findings of the Marikana commission of inquiry, which was criticised for exonerating political leaders accused of having played a role in the events leading to the massacre...

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