More police officers may be arrested or summoned to appear in court in relation with the killings of 34 mineworkers in Marikana in the North West on August 16th 2012.
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) says a decision in this regard is still outstanding.
National Prosecuting Authority provincial spokesperson Frank Lesenyego says more charges may be added.
Meanwhile, former provincial deputy police commissioner General William Mpembe appeared in the Rustenburg Magistrate’s Court on Thursday for the killings that happened on August 13th 2012.
Mpembe and his eight subordinates have been charged for several crimes including murder, attempted murder and defeating the ends of justice.
He allegedly instructed police to fire rubber bullets and stun grenades at mineworkers who were marching on the day, leading to the deaths of three mineworkers and two police officials.
Magistrate Ziphoria Phage granted Mpembe bail.
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