Police changed their version of events at Marikana to fit the evidence of expert witnesses, the Farlam commission of inquiry heard.
The family of Nelson Mandela has sought to present a united front in a dispute with longtime associates of the former president.
A granddaughter of Nelson Mandela has harshly criticised lawyer George Bizos in an escalation of a dispute over funds linked to SA's former president.
Nelson Mandela's children have launched a court bid to remove advocate George Bizos and others as directors of two of his companies, states a report.
Police chief Riah Phiyega has admitted that she did refer to the muddy police doctrine of "maximum force" in relation to the Marikana massacre.
Respected human rights lawyer George Bizos has used a submission by late chief justice Arthur Chaskalson to argue against the Legal Practice Bill.
Advocate George Bizos has questioned police training co-ordinator, Brigadier Petrus Breytenbach, on the deployment of specialised units to Marikana.
Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says the secrecy Bill would criminalise union officials' obligation to assist whistle-blowers.
At the third day of public hearings on the secrecy Bill, Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi has warned the Bill would change South Africa into a security state.
On the wild frontier where law meets politics, advocate Anton Ackermann SC appears to be a Lone Ranger.
Veteran human rights lawyer George Bizos argued in a submission to Parliament that the secrecy Bill is unconstitutional on several counts.
Press Ombudsman Joe Thloloe will receiving an honorary doctorate at the 2011 Rhodes University Graduation.
Human rights lawyer George Bizos is recovering well from surgery at the Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg, it was reported on Wednesday.
A hearing had several false starts on Tuesday as the case pitting the Cape Judge President against Constitutional Court judges hit more hurdles.
The parole application of Chris Hani's murderer, Clive Derby-Lewis, was dismissed in the North Gauteng High Court on Tuesday.
To deny Limpho Hani the right to participate in the parole hearing of her husband's killer was "cruel justice, a Pretoria court heard on Tuesday.
South African anti-apartheid icon Helen Suzman was laid to rest in a private ceremony in Johannesburg on Sunday.
The famous advocate and old 'leftie' tells Sello S Alcock why at 80 he is a happy man.
As a boy, George Bizos fled Nazi Europe for SA, where he became a lawyer and defended Nelson Mandela and an honour roll of anti-apartheid leaders.
Guests cheered, a choir sang and a smiling Nelson Mandela welcomed hundreds of well-wishers on Saturday as SA formally celebrated his 90th birthday.