Lonmin: still one of the unacceptable faces of British capitalism

Lonmin: still one of the unacceptable faces of British capitalism

Full report of the Lonmin AGM 25 March 2019 by Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network, with assistance from Andy Higginbottom, Daniel Selwyn, Maren Grimm, Markus Dufner, Nima Mudey and Tilman Massa. A loud and colourful demonstration took place outside the...
Press release: Demonstration outside Lonmin AGM

Press release: Demonstration outside Lonmin AGM

London-listed platinum miner awaits takeover as Marikana community repeat demands for justice nearly seven years after mineworker massacre. Lonmin AGM protest: March 25, 10-11am, Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5 An international alliance of community, solidarity...
Protest Lonmin’s AGM: Justice for Marikana

Protest Lonmin’s AGM: Justice for Marikana

We collected the women and when we met near the mountain, we were too late. We heard the bullets, and then the ambulances. Thirty-four mine workers were shot dead.” Thumeka Magwangqana, Marikana community leader On August 16 2012, over 100 workers on strike for a...
FILM: Marikana's Precious Metal

FILM: Marikana's Precious Metal

Precious Metal: Marikana film released online 16 August marked the sixth anniversary of the Marikana Massacre in South Africa, when security forces opened fire on striking mine-workers in the most lethal use of force by the South African state since apartheid....