Marikana: A view from the mountain and a case to answer Jacana press, 2012

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The book is a voice from below that gives voice to the workers who are often the objects but hardly the subjects. It does not only present them as victims of the massacre but also as workers with agency. While workers’ voices is what makes the book, it is because of the boldness of the interviewers – conducting interviews at such a politically charged and emotionally sensitive time – that the book is able to capture one’s imagination.

 

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