Laying into security chief Dirk Botes, advocate Dali Mpofu said Lonmin's collusion with the police led to many of the miners' deaths.
Lonmin is accused of deliberately changing records to conceal that their security personnel had fired shots at strikers.
A Lonmin security officer has told the Farlam commission that security forces had been frustrated by the lack of police ahead of the Marikana strike.
One of the four suspects arrested in connection with the murder of a Samancor Chrome mine employee has also been implicated in Mr X’s testimony.
The famed economic historian looks at the massacre from afar. We need a closer view.
A miner implicated by Mr X's testimony as one of those responsible for the death of police officers and security guards, has been killed.
The police’s key witness refused to answer further questions after the miners’ advocate brought his mental and emotional state into question.
The Farlam commission has heard that police witness Mr X would be discarding muti, to follow the prescripts of Christianity.
An advocate representing the families of the deceased miners wanted to know if Mr X had been offered anything else in exchange for his testimony.
While accepting responsibility for police operations on August 16 2012, the former police minister pointed out he wasn’t personally to blame.
The fatal shooting of 34 people during the Marikana strike has no place in a modern South Africa, according to former police minister Nathi Mthethwa.
As former police minister Nathi Mthethwa is set to begin his testimony at the Marikana commission, we focus on some questions he'll have to answer.
Pay cheques are in but many business owners will struggle to recover from the five-month platinum mine wage dispute.
The Marikana Commission has once again adjourned before hearing the end of Mr X's testimony.
Stabbing, hacking, shooting and burning were "necessary" to make miners aware of the strike.
The North West premier says government will launch a programme of reconciliation, healing and renewal after a spate of tough crises in the province.
Family members of the Lonmin security guards who were killed by striking miners cried inconsolably as a witness described the details of the murders.
The Farlam commission has heard that a request to have a witness undergo mental observation had no merit and that there's no factual basis for it.
The EFF are in Parliament to pursue a revolution, not rules, Julius Malema said on Friday, as his party staged a protest outside the legislature.