Marikana commission chairperson Ian Farlam says his decision on allowing Mr X to testify in camera will be made public on Tuesday.
The laywer says the SAPS must show that Mr X's life is in danger, otherwise he has a duty to inform his clients of the man's identity.
EFF leader Julius Malema says opposition parties will initiate legal proceedings against the IEC if chairperson Pansy Tlakula does not resign.
Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says proper procedures were followed earlier this month when South Africa expelled three Rwandan diplomats.
The police have submitted an application for a witness dubbed Mr X to testify in-camera at the Farlam commission of inquiry.
Media houses will be allowed full audio broadcasts of the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius but only partial television broadcasts will be permitted.
The National Union of Mineworkers has said a major tragedy is looming if government does not curb the thriving illegal mining industy.
The NPA says spending money on opposing a court application for live broadcasts of Oscar Pistorius's murder trial is futile.
EFF leader Julius Malema has told a crowd in Moretele to stop burning buildings but to continue protesting over a lack of services.
A top cop has told the Farlam commission of inquiry that officers were "moving to kill" the prospect of Julius Malema addressing striking mineworkers.