Struggling to be heard

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The televised images of armed miners rushing towards the police on 16 August 2012, and the police opening fire on the miners, were, for most people, the images that brought the news of the Marikana massacre. In the immediate aftermath of the massacre, these images were beamed out by television news networks locally and globally, and they went viral on social networks, writes Jane Duncan

 

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