Parliament's rules sub-committee says rules should apply to prevent MPs from holding up placards, after the EFF staged a silent protest last week.
The president downplayed demands that he address Nkandla and release the Marikana report during his response to the presidency budget vote debate.
President Jacob Zuma has been accused by opposition MPs of "cheapening" the lives of those who died at Marikana by refusing to release the report.
Lawyers for Marikana miners warn they will go to court this week if President Jacob Zuma does not release the report by the Marikana commission.
Nick Davies uncovers the story of "the man in the green blanket", who died trying to broker peace, and reveals the complicity of the powers that be.
Is it really going to take a legal battle to "remind" President Jacob Zuma to release the Farlam commission's report on the Marikana massacre?
Snarky remarks, shouting matches and not so thinly veiled insults dominated President Jacob Zuma’s question and answer session in Parliament.
Legal Aid South Africa says the order to fund representation for injured and arrested Marikana miners has implications for those seeking funding.
Readers write in about Marikana, migrants, synthesis and the wealth gap.
The Cape Town high court has ruled that the Economic Freedom Fighters was within its rights to say the ANC government had killed people in Marikana.
The Naledi Theatre awards have honoured the show, which depicts the infamous mineworkers massacre, by shortlisting it in various categories.
Amplats has gone to court over "unconstitutional" debt administration, with one administrator pocketing 44% of miners' debt repayments.
Gia Nicolaides was probably on the koppie more than any other reporter. So why is her book so disturbingly wanting, asks Kwanele Sosibo.
Striking workers at a Swazi mine co-owned by ANC-linked investment company Chancellor House and King Mswati III fear "a second Marikana".
Three new books explore the topic of conflict and how it has shaped the world as we know it.
Vested interests have conspired to keep the truth about the Marikana massacre buried and the curse of unchecked mining goes on.
The urgency of the operation may have been to pre-empt Julius Malema from entering the fray.