South African workers deserve justice, but don't blame deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa for the Marikana massacre, says Ramaphosa's Siyavuma campaign video.
The League says reports that Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was barred from Marikana are just "media sensation".
"We cannot allow [Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma] to come here when it's convenient for her," said Napoleon Webster after she was chased away.
"We still see mining companies as criminals... they make so much money but we live in shacks," says activist during Marikana Massacre commemorations.
"We hear nothing about Cyril Ramaphosa or Lonmin being charged. We hear nothing said about the police," says released Marikana housing activist.
Napoleon Webster, released on bail after 200 days in jail, said his arrest was politically motivated and potentially a "plot by Cyril Ramaphosa".