The Pretoria high court has heard that Clive Derby-Lewis's apologies were mere lip service and the initial decline of his parole request was rational.
Arms deal critic Richard Young has questioned Cabinet's role in the arms deal, saying that final decisions were "strangely" being made by Cabinet.
Anti-arms deal campaigner Terry Crawford-Browne has criticised the arms deal contracts and recommends Jacob Zuma blacklist companies like Thales.
A senior police officer has told the Farlam commission that an "excited" Lonmin employee instructed police to confront a peaceful protest group.
The Farlam commission has heard that police witness Mr X would be discarding muti, to follow the prescripts of Christianity.
Security guards have allegedly shot one of the men protesting against the ill treatment of vendors at the hands of the Tshwane Metro police.
More than 100 hawkers have gathered in Pretoria, protesting against alleged abuse by the Tshwane Metro police.
Concluding his evidence, former finance Trevor Manuel has rejected claims he said there were issues with the arms deal that wouldn't be uncovered.
The SAPS has quizzed Lieutenant Colonel Salmon Vermaak about an episode where he instructed a junior police officer to fire at a protester in 2012.
While addressing a crowd at South Africa's annual Freedom Day celebrations at the Union Buildings, President Jacob Zuma has sung government's praises.