During a cross-examination at the Farlam commission, Riah Phiyega admitted that the R5 rifles used at the Marikana massacre are still being used
Police claims about shooting at miners as a last resort appear to be thrown into question by a video shown to the Marikana inquiry.
Marikana strike leader Xolani Nzuza said he did not owe an apology to the families of Lonmin employees killed for reporting for work in August 2012.
Former mineral resources minister Susan Shabangu said the mining company used divide-and-rule tactics that contributed to the August 2012 unrest.
Three miners have backed up claims that police shot them while they were surrendering, including one who says he was fired at from around five metres.
A miner's grisly account of the second Marikana shootings sheds light on a horrific hidden event.
Nearly two years since it began, the commission has barely dealt with the essence of Lonmin's responsibility .
The mine insists that it would not be logical to incorporate concerns regarding social conditions into the cross-examination of witnesses.
ANC and NW government officials were conspicuously absent at a rally to commemorate slain miners on the second anniversary of the Marikana massacre.
Prominent activist Nomboniso Gasa has slammed Cyril Ramaphosa's contention that SA should take 'collective responsibility' for the Marikana massacre.
While the Farlam commission continues, the Marikana massacre has influenced everything from the families to art and politics. Let's take a look.
Cyril Ramaphosa is getting a taste of the rough and tumble he used to dish out as union leader.
Cyril Ramaphosa claims South Africans share collective guilt, but critics say this is just an attempt to shift the blame.
Miners injured at Marikana two years ago want the politicians and police to be charged in an international court.
For residents of Nkaneng township near Lonmin's Marikana mine, the struggle for survival is never-ending.
A senior police officer has told the Farlam commission that an "excited" Lonmin employee instructed police to confront a peaceful protest group.
The SAPS and City of Cape Town law enforcers have accused each other of carrying out the demolition of shacks in Philippi East. GroundUp reports.
The lawyer representing injured and arrested miners at the Farlam probe says the deputy president must account for his actions in a court of law.