A bloody six-week strike at the platinum Lonmin mine in South Africa will come to an end on Thursday after workers negotiated a 22% pay rise.
The action at Marikana turned violent last month when 34 miners were shot dead by police in a single incident. A total of 45 people died in the unrest.
The standoff between striking miners and South African authorities hardened as workers rejected a new deal and 'gatherings' were banned.
The expelled ANC firebrand politician Julius Malema tells ITV News black South Africans are worse off now than they were during apartheid.
Fifty of the South African miners who were charged with the murder of their colleagues have celebrated their freedom outside a courthouse.