Changes to the commission’s remit could let key actors off the hook.
Seventeen months after the Marikana massacre, shareholders continue to ask questions.
British trade union plans to use its shareholding to question company on its role.
The Bureau examines Lonmin’s position in weeks before deaths of 34 striking miners at Marikana.
Bureau reporter visits official inquiry in South Africa and talks to relatives of victims.
Church of England expressed concerns to Lonmin management after Marikana massacre.
Strikes and rivalry among unions threaten stability of South African mining industry.
Witness testimonies conflict with the official explanations for the massacre.
New evidence suggests that murder scenes were doctored.