South African miners' funerals held
The mining company at the centre of violent strike clashes in South Africa, Lonmin, has said more workers have returned to the Marikana mine.
Last week, 34 striking miners were shot dead by the police and around 70 injured.
The South African government has appointed a judicial commission of inquiry to investigate what happened.
Funerals have been held for some of the victims of the shootings.
The BBC's Peter Biles said what has happened at the mine is a reminder of the deeper problems in South Africa.