A panel of South Africans speak at the Frontline Club in London about the meaning of the Marikana massacre. The panel discussion took place on October 17.
Journalist Terry Bell, former ANC MP Andrew Feinstein, writer and scholar Jonny Steinberg, and BBC presenter Audrey Brown offer their views in this panel discussion. They are joined by Natznet Tesfay, head of Africa Forecasting at Exclusive Analysis. The panel was chaired by Richard Dowden, director of the Royal African Society.
While Bell highlights the role of business in the perpetuation of apartheid practices in South Africa's economic activities, Steinberg and Feinstein focus their analyses on the state of the ANC.