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Phiyega mustn't be spared testimony by Marikana survivors and widows – lawyers
Phiyega mustn't be spared testimony by Marikana survivors and widows – lawyers
Survivors of the 2012 Marikana massacre and the families of those killed will not be reduced to silent witnesses in the Claassen Board of Inquiry,...
First big blow for Phiyega at Claassen inquiry
First big blow for Phiyega at Claassen inquiry
Suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega felt her first blow at the Claassen Board of Inquiry on Tuesday when it ruled that witnesses...
Zuma sets up inquiry into Phiyega's conduct
Zuma sets up inquiry into Phiyega's conduct
“President Jacob Zuma has in terms of Sections 9(1) of the South Africa Police Service Act, 1995, established a Board of Inquiry into the...
Three years after Marikana the legal fraternity still bristles with accusations of bias
Three years after Marikana the legal fraternity still bristles with accusations of bias
Dumisa Ntsebeza SC is completely offside to suggest a pro-Zuma bias on the part of retired judge of appeal in his report of the Farlam commission of...
Remembering Marikana: Three years on
Remembering Marikana: Three years on
August 16 marks three years since the Marikana massacre, where the police shot down 34 striking miners. Ten people were killed in the...
DA wants dishonourable discharge for Phiyega
DA wants dishonourable discharge for Phiyega
The DA would this week make submissions to President Jacob Zuma motivating that National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega be summoned to an inquiry...
Phiyega must face inquiry over Lamoer tip-off - NPA
Phiyega must face inquiry over Lamoer tip-off - NPA
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) believes that national police commissioner, Riah Phiyega, should face a disciplinary inquiry regarding...
Mthethwa set the scene at Marikana
Mthethwa set the scene at Marikana
The Marikana commission's report has been released. But does this mean we now know as much as we ever will about the motive for the police operation...
Letters to the editor: July 10 to 16 2015
Letters to the editor: July 10 to 16 2015
Tinyiko Maluleke is a very angry man. In his article on the Farlam commission report (
Marikana: History proves that restraint can work
Marikana: History proves that restraint can work
This is a movie we have seen several times before. The Farlam commission's final report on the Marikana massacre, released last week, made a wide...
Editorial: Number One's unforgivable sins
Editorial: Number One's unforgivable sins
South Africans have a proud tradition of forgiveness for trespasses against us, both big and small. We forgave the perpetrators of apartheid and we...
[From our archives] Remembering Marikana: Is this all that 44 men's lives are worth?
[From our archives] Remembering Marikana: Is this all that 44 men's lives are worth?
In the aftermath of the 1976 student uprising in Soweto, some observers noted that, for all the international attention the event received, Soweto...

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