Legal Aid SA has agreed to cover the legal costs of injured miners while deciding whether to appeal the court decision, which ordered them to do so.
William Mpembe might be the Farlam commission of inquiry's best chance at understanding the forces at play in the days before the Marikana massacre.
Provincial deputy police commissioner William Mpembe pleaded with protesters to lay down their weapons in Marikana, the Farlam commission has heard.
The president would not fire the police minister for the Marikana killings because he saw the incident as a mistake, the Farlam commission has heard.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union's battle to consolidate power over the NUM has taken on martial proportions.
Police officers knew a substance thought to be muti was given to striking Marikana mineworkers, the Farlam commission of inquiry has heard.
Incredible rumours surround the death of the man believed to have given the Lonmin miners muti that they believed made them invincible.
Lonmin has appointed Anglo American Platinum's Ben Magara as its new chief executive as it strives to rebound from last year's wave of deadly strikes.
Police chief Riah Phiyega has admitted that she did refer to the muddy police doctrine of "maximum force" in relation to the Marikana massacre.
The police and their management are concealing the events surrounding the Marikana shooting, claims the South African Humans Rights Council.