A woman cries as she protests against police near the Lonmin mine in South Africa. Photo: 17 August 2012
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Anger over South Africa miners' fate

Relatives of missing mine workers in South Africa have complained that the authorities have failed to produce a central register of the 34 people shot dead on Thursday.

They say the authorities have not produced a list of the dead.

At least 78 people were injured and more than 200 people arrested during the incident.

The government have announced an inquiry into the shootings.

Milton Nkosi reports

  • 19 Aug 2012
  • From the section Africa