Records show how the National Prosecuting Authority had felt Riah Phiyega "did not keep the confidentiality that was so obviously required of her".
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande says SA is no longer a colony and applauded the government for not arresting Omar al-Bashir.
Analysts and academics have said most of the Farlam commission's recommendations are simple, obvious and commonsense, but likely to run into trouble.
The Marikana report revealed more than just operational unaccountability, it revealed a web of lies designed to keep the commission in the dark.
Jacob Zuma released the report into the 2012 Marikana massacre. Africa Check compares his claims and what the Commission’s report actually said.
Mineworkers in Marikana have blasted the Farlam Commission of Inquiry report for its findings against Amcu.
Jacob Zuma "again" craftily dodged accountability and oversight debate in the National Assembly, say leaders of the DA.
Marikana commissioners have hinted that there may be some criminal liability on the part of those who let the police actions on August 16 take place.
The Mail and Guardian looks at key moments that shaped the discourse surrounding the Marikana massacre, which took place in August 2012.
Political analyst Steven Friedman says Riah Phiyega should quit and political parties welcome the findings and recommendations of the Marikana report.
President Jacob Zuma's reading of sections of the Marikana report provided no succour for those traumatised by their loved ones' deaths.
President Zuma's televised summary of the Marikana Commission's report absolved former police minister Nathi Mthethwa. The truth is more complex.
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.
Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union president Zizamele Cebekhulu says Riah Phiyega could not have committed a crime in "absentia".
A court application to compel President Jacob Zuma to immediately release the Farlam Commission's Marikana report has been rejected.