The commission has not declassified all the documents before it, and legal teams are still not given adequate time to prepare for cross-examinations.
The Seriti commission of inquiry, which is investigating alleged corruption in SA's multibillion-rand arms deal, is set to resume in January.
Lawyers are outraged over the freeing of an arms dealer on the run for a huge debt repayment scam
We speak to Paul Holden, who undertook his own cross examination of key witnesses because he felt the arms deal commission was not getting answers.
Arms inquiry employees whose contracts are coming to an end have been informed by letter.
Three high-profile witnesses have raised concerns about a lack of openness at the arms deal commission, which has resumed its inquiry.
The M&G's Sarah Evans explains everything you need to know about the arms deal commission, the evidence so far and the controversy surrounding it.
Reporter Sarah Evans tells us why the navy believes the country needs its multibillion-rand frigates, and what developments we can expect.
The first week of public hearings at the arms commission has ended in a controversial perjury row involving witness leader advocate Simmy Lebala.
The strategic defence procurement package was in line with the constitutional imperative to defend national sovereignty, heard the Seriti commission.
The Seriti commission, tasked with investigating the arms deal signed in 1999, is set to begin with witnesses from the department of defence.
Controversy over data and employees adds to cynicism about the arms deal commission's true agenda.
Despite his flagging influence, Tony Yengeni remains a public persona that people love to hate.
The commission of inquiry into allegations of corruption in the deal has run into trouble, fuelled by claims that it is chasing a "second agenda".
Further damning evidence of how the former director general of the justice department, Menzi Simelane, scuppered the arms deal probe has emerged.
Fana Hlongwane, a former state adviser central to the arms deal probe, was evidently tipped off his office and home would be raided by the Scorpions.
The arms deal may be old news, but corruption is at the centre of the national agenda as never before.
A raid on a German company has revealed a record of a deal signed by ANC heavyweight Tony Yengeni when he headed Parliament's defence committee.
South Africa's arms manufacturer Denel appears intent on selling missile-carrying drone aircraft to Saudi Arabia.
Researchers argue that there is ample evidence to suggest that the ANC benefited from the arms deal and that the party must testify at the commission.