The story: Children of the mineworkers who were slain by police in what has become known as the Marikana massacre, have lost faith that those responsible for the death of their fathers will be held accountable.
The latest: The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (Seri) held a webinar on Thursday to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the Marikana massacre.
No arrests: On 16 August 2012, police opened fire on striking mineworkers at the then Lonmin Platinum's Marikana operations in the North West. 34 miners were killed. To date, no arrests have been made in connection with the mass shooting.