Durban – National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega has broken her silence on the findings of the Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the deaths of 34 striking miners at Marikana, saying on Sunday night she strongly disagreed with some of them. “I fully acknowledge the recommendations made by the Commission and will respond to the President as directed. We have picked up some of the areas where we strongly disagree with the content of the report, such as the insinuation that management went to work that day with murderous intent. But this is a discussion for another day,” she said. “Our protest situation is marred by widespread violence, intimidation and a high degree of intolerance of those with opposing views. By way of example, I have just received a letter from the transport industry, which is preparing for a strike next month. They are concerned about the violence which often accompanies strikes and the possibility that they may experience the same. “They are concerned that non-striking workers may be intimidated, attacked and assaulted and that property belonging to both non-strikers and their businesses may be damaged or stolen. They are also concerned that their executives may be attacked, as these things have happened in the past.”if(typeof za24_DisplayAd != “undefined”) za24_DisplayAd#”600×50″,”1″#;Source: Phiyega breaks her silence on the Farlam report | News24