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South Africa Mine Shooting Exposes Miners' Living Conditionsi
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August 27, 2012 2:09 AM
The shock, the mourning, and now the questions 10 days after the shoot out in a South African platinum mine in which police killed 34 striking miners. Emilie Iob reports from Ikemeleng, South Africa the tragedy laid bare the harsh living conditions of the workers and the growing anger in the mines.

South Africa Mine Shooting Exposes Miners' Living Conditions

Published August 26, 2012

The shock, the mourning, and now the questions 10 days after the shoot out in a South African platinum mine in which police killed 34 striking miners. Emilie Iob reports from Ikemeleng, South Africa the tragedy laid bare the harsh living conditions of the workers and the growing anger in the mines.


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