Marikana massacre: Some still waiting for compensation after 10 years

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Ten years after dozens of striking miners were gunned down by police in South Africa, some families say the government has not done enough to compensate them.

While millions of dollars have been paid in claims, there are still many outstanding.

Al Jazeera’s @Fahmida Miller reports from Johannesburg, South Africa.

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