A top cop has told the Farlam commission of inquiry that officers were "moving to kill" the prospect of Julius Malema addressing striking mineworkers.
The Farlam commission has heard that the operational police commander during the Marikana shootings should be charged with murder.
Dali Mpofu, representing wounded and arrested Marikana miners, says the protesters' view was obscured by the Nyalas before cops shot at them.
George Bizos has accused the the police's operational commander at the Marikana intervention of being "willfully blind" when protesters were shot.
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 emergence of an attempted cover-up has painted key police witnesses into a corner, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
A senior police officer has fielded questions about the communication difficulties during the intervention to end the Marikana protest last year.
"Fourth camera angle" Marikana footage appears to further implicate police and raises questions about who ordered the use of deadly force.
The Legal Aid Board has asked Parliament for more money in order to help the Marikana miners and people who cannot afford legal costs.
The Economic Freedom Fighters says it was dismayed to learn that some supporters displayed posters with racist messages at its launch in Marikana.
Legal Aid SA will decide whether to comply or appeal the high court's instruction that it has to fund the legal costs of the miners.
The Farlam commission has heard police officers ordered four mortuary vehicles to be at the hill at Marikana hours before the shootings last year.
EFF founder Julius Malema has slammed the ANC, saying black people will never own land as long as the party is in charge.
The South African Police Service has tried many variations over the years, but this has just left everyone confused.
The Farlam commission has been postponed until next week to study information police have held back in the inquiry into 44 deaths at Marikana.
Citizens4Marikana and six opposition parties marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to demand funding for the Marikana miners.
Protesters marched on the Union Buildings in Pretoria to present the government with their demands for better legal representation.
Citizens4Marikana, a group fighting for the state to fund the wounded and arrested Marikana miners, are marching to the Union Buildings in protest.
The Economic Freedom Fighters has expressed its support of a march to appeal for legal funding by surviving Marikana miners and their families.
An officer injured in the lead-up to Marikana massacre has refused the services of the police's lawyers due to a conflict of interest.