Evidence at the Claassen inquiry into the police commissioner’s fitness to hold office reveals that she secretly sought to undermine the Farlam probe.
Far from excoriating the report and defaming its author, Dumisa Ntsebeza ought to show some gratitude for its findings.
We take a look at the Marikana commemoration held on Sunday and Oscar Pistorius's prolonged prison stay - if only Donald Trump could save him.
The biggest massacre by police of civilians in post-apartheid South Africa continues to haunt the collective conscience of a nation.
Advocate Dali Mpofu told families of those who died at Marikana that "government must pay".
The Mail & Guardian recounts events in the days leading up to the Marikana massacre, as recorded by the Farlam commission of inquiry.
Analysts and academics have said most of the Farlam commission's recommendations are simple, obvious and commonsense, but likely to run into trouble.
It's been a grim few weeks of mounting evidence of this impunity Zuma believes he is entitled to, while evidence is not suffered to stand in his way.
Eskom is refused an electricity hike, while Greece has to decide if it wants to leave the eurozone.
The Farlam commission inquiry should have found that a gross failure of leadership caused the Marikana massacre.
Political puppet master Jacob Zuma saves his peeps, Cyril Ramaphosa and Nathi Mthethwa, while Riah Phiyega takes the rap.
The M&G visited Marikana where families of the slain miners scrambled at the last minute to hear Zuma’s report into the death of their loved ones.
President Jacob Zuma's reading of sections of the Marikana report provided no succour for those traumatised by their loved ones' deaths.
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday night read a summary of the report on the Marikana massacre by the Farlam Commission.
The presidency did not give the families of the miners enough time to prepare before releasing the report, despite their requests for advance notice.
The government and Lonmin have refused to acknowledge their roles in the deaths of 34 miners during a strike in 2012.
In this week's episode we look at Eskom’s latest tariff hike; the president announces plans for a new mall and the Charleston shooter is forgiven.
President Jacob Zuma will release the report of the Marikana Commission of Inquiry after a TV address on Thursday evening.
The politician remains vulnerable in the quest to hold those responsible to account.