SA miners accuse govt of betrayal
Tue, 11 Sep 2012 8:58a.m.
The mining dispute in South Africa has become a major political crisis, and is now the biggest threat that the country’s ruling ANC party has faced since it took power.
A total of 34 miners were shot dead by police when a strike at the Lonmin mine turned into running battles.
Furious strikers have accused the government of betraying them, and failing to stand up for their interests.
Watch the video for the report by Channel Four’s Inigo Gilmore
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