The Marikana Support Campaign says while it welcomes Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's latest comments about his role in the 2012 massacre, it says this is not enough.
Ramaphosa told academics at Rhodes University on Sunday that he tried to stop further deaths from happening during the strike and also apologised for the language he used during that period.
In 2012, Ramaphosa who was a Lonmin shareholder at the time, wrote an e-mail to board members, calling for concomitant action after a number of people had been killed during the violent protest.
The support campaign's Rehad Desai said: “I think the strong language used by Cyril Ramaphosa was not only in defence of his shareholding but also the defence of the National Union of Mineworkers."
Ramaphosa said he had no intentions of killing 34 mineworkers in Marikana.
“For nine years of my life I have put everything I had to advance the interests of my work. It could never be that I would say 34 mineworkers should be killed. I have apologised, even as I leader. I am prepared to listen to the advice and counsel of other leaders.”