SAIRR: Marikana Could Force Policy Change

The SAIRR says the Marikana shooting may force the African National Congress to abandon failing policies

The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) says the Marikana shooting may force the African National Congress to abandon failing policies.
 
SAIRR chief executive, John Kane-Berman, points out that the government will find it harder to defend a shoot to kill policing policy.
 
Kane-Berman is of the view that, "Perhaps now that the whole world has seen the consequences at Marikana, ministers such as Susan Shabangu, formerly of the police ministry but now at mining, are going to be less inclined to urge policemen to shoot to kill."
 
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Source: 
Mail & Guardian

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