A white cross next to the hill where almost three years ago miners where gunned down by the South African police during a violent wave of strikes in Marikana.
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JOHANNESBURG - Six years after the Marikana massacre, nine police officers appeared in court on Monday.
The case was however postponed to 14 September.
Mpembe and 8 other snr police officers will be back in court on the 14th of September. Their case has been postponed. pic.twitter.com/VBdM4wZBbV— Lirandzu Themba (@LirandzuThemba) June 18, 2018
They face several charges including murder, attempted murder and obstructing justice.
These charges relate to the deaths of four miners during the protests, which continued for several days.
This will be the suspects&39; second court appearance.