The cop in charge of the Marikana operation has described to the Farlam commission how he saw police officers being hacked to death during the unrest.
Families of miners shot dead by police in Marikana walked out of the Farlam commission when a police officer conveyed his condolences to them.
A North West regional organiser of trade union Amcu was shot dead in Rustenburg on Saturday, police said.
The body of Lungani Mabutyana, 27, a rock drill operator, was found hanging from a tree in Wonderkop on Monday morning.
The Farlam commission of inquiry is hoping to continue as planned next week, following an attack on miners' advocate Dali Mpofu.
Police chief Riah Phiyega has admitted to signing an affidavit detailing the police's role in the Marikana shooting without reading it.
This week is all about the Brics summit, Riah Phiyega's evasive testimony at the Marikana commission, Julius Malema's Polokwane farm loss and more.
Police chief Riah Phiyega has admitted that she did refer to the muddy police doctrine of "maximum force" in relation to the Marikana massacre.
We speak to Kwanele Sosibo about what Riah Phiyega said and notably left out of her testimony at the Farlam commission into the Marikana killings.
The top cop may yet be rewarded for protecting her superiors, but her reputation is in tatters, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
Police commissioner Riah Phiyega dodged questions in an attempt to protect Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa - a move that could help her keep her job.
Police commissioner Riah Phiyega is set to have a tough cross examination at the Marikana commission after a decidedly dismal start to her testimony.
Agent Zuma will let nothing stand in his way, as he tracks down the country's most talked-about item. But the clock is ticking.
Lonmin says it's trying to change, but union infighting continues to plague the mine.
The Farlam commission has heard police officers kicked and repeatedly shot an injured mineworker at Lonmin mine's platinum operation in Rustenburg.
Miners are due to take the stand at the Marikana commission of inquiry this week after the president of the NUM ended his testimony on Friday.
The case of the NUM marksmen that caused the injuries of two Lonmin protesters near their offices on August 11 "has been left to rot".