Wednesday, July 08, 2015

R2K and Marikana Support Campaign fight for justice

Loyiso Langeni  
08 July 2015

In response to the Farlam Commission report released last week, the Right2Know Campaign and the Marikana Support Campaign used the Promotion of Access to Information Act to demand answers from the police.

The Commission found it likely that SAPS members may be guilty of murder and attempted murder.

Right2Know Communicator Busi Mtabane said following the release of the Farlam Commission Report last week, R2K and Marikana Support Campaign have used the PAIA Act to demand answers from the police on what steps they have taken in the past three years to investigate the wrong doing amongst their members.

As you the Farlam Commission report was released at the end of last month, three months after it was sent to the Presidency.



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