The event is expected to be held at the hill where mineworkers gathered before the shooting.
“Family members of the deceased and those who were injured, from as far as the Eastern Cape, Limpopo, and neighbouring countries, such as Lesotho, Malawi, and Swaziland, are expected to attend the ceremony,” the municipality said in a statement.
“Religious leaders from different denominations will later conduct a spiritual cleansing ceremony processes, after the ritual and cultural activities have been earlier performed by the respective affected family members.”
Police shot dead 34 striking Lonmin mineworkers in Marikana on August 16. Ten people, including two police officers, were killed in the preceding week.
Bojanala mayor Louis Diremelo said in the statement people needed to be calm and stable for the ceremony.
“Let’s peacefully allow space for families and relatives to perform what they believe will heal their scars and emotions created by this tragic incident.” – Sapa