A man's body has been found at the Marikana mine, which is at the centre of a mining pay dispute in South Africa.
The discovery was made by journalists at the site. The body had two deep cuts to the back of the head.
It is not known how long the body has been at the platinum mine.
Miners at the site - which is owned by Lonmin PLC - walked out on August 10 calling for higher wages.
Their protest turned violent on August 16 when 34 miners were gunned down during a confrontation with police.
Another 78 perople were injured in the violence.