While most eyes were glued on the pscar Pistorius trial, the Seriti arms deal and Marikana commissions continued their work.
Dali Mpofu has told the Farlam commission that police should have foreseen that strikers would retaliate to it using barbed wire to control crowds.
The Marikana commission has resumed with the questioning of the police officer in charge of the intervention in the mine's wage-related strike.
The operational commander at Marikana has admitted he became aware of the deadly shootings at Lonmin mine nearly an hour after the incident occured.
The emergence of an attempted cover-up has painted key police witnesses into a corner, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
The Farlam commission has heard the shooting of miners at Marikana was not due to the police's dispersal plan but to the individual action of police.
"Fourth camera angle" Marikana footage appears to further implicate police and raises questions about who ordered the use of deadly force.
Legal Aid SA has agreed to cover the legal costs of injured miners while deciding whether to appeal the court decision, which ordered them to do so.
A high court ruling ordering Legal Aid SA to pay the legal fees of Marikana massacre victims sets a precedent for future commissions.
The opposition's fervent support of the Marikana miners has been read as political opportunism, but civilians behind the campaign seem okay with it.
Citizens4Marikana and six opposition parties marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to demand funding for the Marikana miners.
The mineworkers’ legal representatives are begging for help as the commission limps along.
We've noticed that Iqbal Survé is a man who speaks his mind. Pimples appreciates such honesty from the media boss in times of, well, "bullshit".
The Concourt decision to dismiss an application for the state to fund legal services for Marikana miners was understandable, but not without fault.
Marikana massacre survivor Lungani Mabutyana was found hanged in May. We travel with the miner's body to his family home for the funeral.
An open letter calling on government to make finances available for the team representing men injured and arrested after the Marikana massacre.
The Marikana massacre inquiry's integrity is at stake as it remains postponed while victims seek funding and yet another worker is killed at the mine.
Appalled by Marikana, foreign lawyer Dave Coleman has joined a local firm to take up their grievances.
The legal team representing the Lonmin miners at the Farlam commission has still not received a copy of the judgment handed down a week ago.
The Farlam commission of inquiry will stand down until Thursday so that the injured miners' representation can file at the ConCourt over funding.