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Reporting from the Frontline

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So much has been said about Marikana since the tragedy of 16 August 2012 where 34 miners were gunned down and police were killed. The news and the images of the massacre made headlines around the globe, for weeks. What the world didn’t take into account was who and what it took to bring that news from the small town of Rustenburg to the world.

So much has been said about Marikana since the tragedy of 16 August 2012 where 34 miners were gunned down and police were killed. The news and the images of the massacre made headlines around the globe, for weeks. What the world didn’t take into account was who and what it took to bring that news from the small town of Rustenburg to the world.

“This book will be compulsory reading for all journalism courses and should also be compulsory reading for everyone. This lady has guts and a way of conveying the job that is remarkable. I couldn’t put it down and will never see her the same again.”

– John Robbie, Talk Radio 702

Reporting from the Frontline is about personal experiences describing incidents behind the scenes from the main action. Many journalists spent weeks covering the unfolding events at Marikana, but many did not get the opportunity to tell their own stories. A large group of journalists, producers and television presenters gathered at the North West Platinum Mine when several deaths were reported and the violence broke out, often discovering dead bodies themselves. Gia’s story and account will take you to the heart of Marikana where journalists fought, often their own emotions, in order to deliver the bulletins.

Gia Nicolaides is a senior news reporter for Eyewitness News. 

Parameters of Book: 
Author: Gia Nicolaides
ISBN: 9781431420285
d-PDF ISBN: 9781431420797
ePUB ISBN: 9781431420803
mobi file ISBN: 9781431420810
Size (mm): 235x155mm
Pages: 232pp
Format: Trade Paperback
Colour: Black and White with colour section
Rights: World
Language: English
Publication Date: October 2014