The Marikana Commission of Inquiry is expected to hear more evidence from police forensic experts when it resumes its hearings in Rustenburg in the North West today.
Legal teams spent most of yesterday cross-examining crime scene technician Colonel, Johan Botha on the video footage he captured of the events of August the 16th when 34 people were killed.
Botha's video captured few scenes of the miners being shot and accosted by police. Meanwhile, legal representative for the dead miners, Thembeka Ngcukaitobi says there is proof that helicopters which were used to monitor violence had mounted cameras.
Botha told the commission that he had no knowledge of the mounted cameras. Ngcukaitobi says Botha's statement contradicts their investigations.