Farlam strikes back at Phiyega

2017-06-18 06:01

Former police commissioner’s accusations regarding inquiry ‘baseless and a gratuitous attack on me’, says head of Marikana commission.

Phiyega has just under a week to say why she should not be suspended

2015-09-22 15:29

National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega has until next Monday to motivate why she should not be suspended pending the inquiry into her fitness to hold office.

Zuma 'outraged' over attack on Marikana judge

2015-08-17 14:08

President Jacob Zuma has expressed his "shock and outrage" at criticism from Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza against Judge Ian Farlam, who led the inquiry into the Marikana shootings.

Phiyega getting ready to go - report

2015-07-13 10:41

National police commissioner General Riah Phiyega has apparently already put out feelers about retiring “honourably” from her position.

EFF, ISS to dissect Farlam's Marikana report

2015-07-02 05:29

The EFF and the Institute for Security Studies are due to hold separate discussions about the Marikana report.

Phiyega, SAPS bear brunt of Marikana report criticisms

2015-06-25 21:05

National police commissioner Riah Phiyega and the SA Police Service have born the brunt of the Marikana commission's criticisms, while Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and other ministers have been let off scot-free.

Mixed reaction as Zuma releases Marikana report - As it happened

2015-06-25 20:15

Get all the details from the release of the Marikana Report by President Jacob Zuma.

Zuma set to release Marikana report

2015-06-25 14:07

President Jacob Zuma will release the Marikana Commission of Inquiry report on Thursday evening, the presidency says.

Marikana application dismissed

2015-06-15 11:39

An application to order President Jacob Zuma to immediately release the Marikana report has been dismissed.

Presidency rejects Marikana lawyer's claims

2015-05-25 13:52

Comments made about President Jacob Zuma by a lawyer representing the workers injured and arrested in the Marikana shooting amounts to "false statements", the presidency says.


Uproar over Ramaphosa's refusal to answer Marikana questions

2016-03-09 18:42

There was an uproar in the National Council of Provinces after Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa refused to answer any questions on the Marikana shootings.

Rhodes Must Fall Movement questions Judge Farlam's impartiality over Lonmin

The Rhodes Must Fall Movement at UCT is questioning Judge Ian Farlam's impartiality during the Marikana Commission of Inquiry. Watch to find out why.

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ANC calls for better conditions for miners

2015-08-15 22:17

Mining companies should work together with government to revitalise mining towns, the African National Congress says.

Marikana inquiry cost R153m - report

2015-07-05 10:12

The Marikana inquiry into the killing of 34 mineworkers in 2012 cost a total of R153 million, the justice department has confirmed.

Marikana miners should also be prosecuted for slain officers and guards - AfriForum

2015-06-29 17:22

AfriForum says miners involved in the killing of two police officers and two Lonmin security guards in the week before the Marikana massacre should also be prosecuted.

Release of Marikana report should help heal nation - ANC

2015-06-25 20:40

The ANC says it hopes that the release of the Marikana report will "bring our nation a step closer to healing".

Marikana commission: Probe needed to determine criminal liability

2015-06-25 20:14

The Farlam Commission has found that investigations must determine whether anyone should be prosecuted for deaths at Marikana, and if the police can be held liable.

Ruling says miners not entitled to info - Marikana lawyer

2015-06-15 14:07

An application for President Jacob Zuma to immediately release the Farlam Commission's report on the Marikana killings was dismissed because the applicants were not yet entitled to that information, a lawyer says.

Marikana mineworkers don’t trust Zuma - Mpofu

2015-06-08 14:23

Mineworkers and their families do not trust President Jacob Zuma's promise to give them the Marikana report into the deaths of 44 people during a platinum miners’ strike in 2012, the High Court in Pretoria has heard.

President 'not ready yet' to release Marikana report

2015-05-10 14:52

President Jacob Zuma is still processing the Marikana Commission report and will release it publicly 'in due course', the Presidency says.

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